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Located immediately west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, during colonial times the site of Roanoke was an important hub of trails and roads. First called Big Lick, it was established in 1852 and chartered in 1874. It was named for a large outcropping of salt which drew the wildlife to the site near the Roanoke River. In the 1850s, Big Lick became a stop on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad (V&T) which linked Lynchburg with Bristol on the Virginia-Tennessee border.

Population: 94911
Local Newspapers: The Roanoke Times
Local Sports Teams: Salem Red Sox (Single A Baseball) Virginia Tech Hokies
Local Colleges: Virgina Tech

Zip Codes associated with roanoke, virginia: 24012 24013 24014 24015 24016 24017 24018 24019
Towns/Cities near roanoke, virginia : Vinton Cloverdale Salem Cave Spring Hollins Laymantown Troutville Daleville

Roanoke News
Psychologists: Video of Cleveland killing continues dark social media trend

The ghastly video of a killing that police say was uploaded to Facebook last Sunday by the suspect is a natural extension of several dark trends of the social media era, psychologists and other experts said Monday. "What we have found in our work is that certain individuals full of rage seeking global attention do one of two things: They maximize casualty rate, as you see in the spree killings; or they do something cruel and innovative," like in this video, said J. Reid Meloy, a forensic psychologist and clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego.

Bank of the James Announces First Quarter 2017 Financial Results and Declaration of Dividend

Bank of the James Financial Group, Inc. , the parent company of Bank of the James, a full-service commercial and retail bank serving the greater Lynchburg area , and the Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, and Roanoke, Virginia markets, today announced unaudited results for the three months ended March 31, 2017. Net income for the three months ended March 31, 2017 was $760,000 or $0.17 per diluted share compared with $887,000 or $0.20 per diluted share for the three months ended March 31, 2016.

As temperatures rise, so does anticipation of robberies in Roanoke

Apurva Shukla thought it was just a neighborhood kid outside the door of his store on Liberty Road late one night in December, so he unlocked the door.

Citing lack of evidence, judge throws out murder charge in fatal Roanoke shooting

A second-degree murder charge against a Roanoke man was dismissed by a judge Thursday after a witness refused to testify.

Art gallery coming to Boones Mill

Artist David Rakes is in the process of opening the Inkular Gallery next month on U.S. 220. He said he'd initially looked for a space to lease in Roanoke.

St Clair: Not too late for Carilion to change apartment plan

Danita St. Clair St. Clair has been a resident of the Grandin Court community since 2008.

Graphic video of Cleveland killing continues a dark social media trend, psychologists say

This Sunday, April 16, 2017 frame from video posted on Facebook shows Robert Godwin Sr. in Cleveland moments before being fatally shot. The ghastly video of a killing that police say was uploaded to Facebook Sunday by the suspect himself is a natural extension of several dark trends of the social media era, psychologists and other experts said today.

Roanoke to hold public hearing on budget including new trash fee

Roanoke residents can sound off on the city's proposed $282.8 million 2017-18 budget - including a new solid waste management fee - during an April 27 public hearing.

Deschutes Brewery to open pub in downtown Roanoke

The Oregon-based brewer has leased the 4,700-square-foot space at 315 Market St., at the corner of Market Street and Church Avenue across from the new Hampton Inn and Suites, according to Poe and Cronk Real Estate Group, which handled the lease.

House of Hope would welcome second homeless shelter in city

Stephen Anderson says he came to Danville, "to stay in God's will," to run the House of Hope, currently the only homeless shelter in Danville.

Woman hospitalized after being shot in Roanoke

A two-vehicle crash happened in the 2100 block of Hollins Road Northeast on Satruday night.

Variable winds, afternoon storm tasks kite fliers

Mariel Fuhrman holds a kite for her daughter, Emma, 6, to help her fly it at Green Hill Park on Saturday during the 19th Annual Blue Ridge Kite Festival.

Valley Financial Corp. Virginia (VYFC) Earns Daily Media Impact Score of -0.03

News headlines about Valley Financial Corp. Virginia have trended somewhat negative recently, according to AlphaOne Sentiment. The research firm, a division of Accern, scores the sentiment of news coverage by reviewing more than twenty million news and blog sources in real time.

Reps. Bob Goodlatte, Morgan Griffith decline another round of Indivisible's town hall meetings

Judy Gnau, Barbara Andes, Kate Berding, Susan Thompson, Patty Sagasti Suppes and Tina Powell, all a part of Roanoke Indivisible, gather across the street from the SunTrust and Gentry Locke building where a post-session reception was held Tuesday for Del.

Med Beat: Drug Take Back Day locations set for Roanoke, New River valleys

Law enforcement and drug abuse prevention agencies will be hosting Drug Take Back Day at various locations in the Roanoke and New River valleys.

Kaine listens to Ferrum College

Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., speaks with students and other residents Wednesday at Ferrum College. He said he wanted to hear people's concerns about higher education.

Arts & Extras: Life full of rhythm

Price said the U.K.-based creators of STOMP add new pieces every two or three years, like this set that uses shopping carts, known as "trolleys" across the pond.

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