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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
Cahoon: Re-naming Stonewall Jackson Middle School is a travesty

The Roanoke School Board appointed a committee to look into whether Stonewall Jackson Middle School, named after a Confederate general, should be renamed.

More flooding for the East Coast and continuing severe storms in the Plains

Add Weather as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Weather news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Flash flooding was reported Thursday around Roanoke, Virginia, where some areas got up to 4 inches of rain in just a few hours.

Mission BBQ offers free lunch for military, veterans

Mission BBQ concludes Armed Forces Week on Saturday by hosting "Lunch With The Heroes" from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. During that time, all veterans and active duty military personnel can enjoy a free sandwich.

Roanoke region earns special designation for its quality of mountain biking opportunities

David Wiens, a member of the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, explains why Roanoke is receiving a Silver designation from the International Mountain Biking Association on Thursday, May 17th, 2018, at the O. Winston Link Museum.

LewisGale sued for race discrimination by security employees

Five security officers at LewisGale Medical Center seek $2 million in compensation for what they say was race-based job discrimination.

Suspects in Martinsville murder arrested in Roanoke

Two men accused of killing an Axton resident on Sunday are in custody. Martinsville Deputy Police Chief Rob Fincher confirmed Wednesday morning that both Brandon Thomas and Adrian Watkins had been arrested.

Search warrants: 17-year-old Nick Lee killed amid gang turmoil;...

Nickalas Nathaniel Lee, 17, was fatally shot on Tuckawana Circle on June 15. No arrests have been made in Lee's death.

Roanoke council approves spending plan for 2018-19 with stronger revenue projections

The Roanoke City Council approved a new $291.7 million budget Monday - a spending plan $8.9 million larger than the current year's.

AMBER Alert Update: Missing Roanoke teen found safe

16-year-old Deidra was unharmed and investigators say she will be reunited with her family. Williams was taken into custody and now faces charges in connection to this incident.

Passenger dies week after crash, police say charges pending

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Martinsville Southern Connector project moves forward

Do you feel there are traffic problems along U.S. 220 in the Ridgeway area? And if the answer is yes, what kinds of safety improvements would you like the Virginia Department of Transportation to make? The answer to those two questions could help determine a lot about the future of transportation in this area.

End of Goodlatte era leaves crowded field to battle at May 19 convention

Del. Ben Cline, Cynthia Dunbar, Michael Desjadon, Chaz Haywood, Ed Justo, Kathryn Lewis, Elliot Pope and Douglas Wright are competing for the Republican nomination for representative of the 6th District of Virginia.

Roanoke County house fire displaces 2 residents, 2 dogs

A fire that started in the garage of a southwest Roanoke County home destroyed two vehicles and spread heavy smoke throughout the house Saturday afternoon, displacing two residents.

New court filing revisits misconduct in Bedford drug case

Misconduct by a federal prosecutor who concealed impeachment evidence about a government witness during a Bedford County drug case was "even more egregious" than disclosed in court, a Roanoke defense attorney said in a court filing.

Keeping Up The Fight

Red Terry , 60, and Minor Terry, 30, of Bent Mountain, discuss their work fighting the Mountain Valley Pipeline Thursday at Gray Jay Provisions. Del. Sam Rasoul, D-Roanoke, speaks to a crowd Thursday about the problems the Mountain Valley Pipeline poses to the commonwealth's water at Gray Jay Provisions in Harrisonburg.

BB&T to close Union Hall branch

The company has announced that it will close the Union Hall branch at 12094 Old Franklin Turnpike on on Friday, according to BB&T spokesman David White. "We're ready to serve those clients at the Westlake area branch at 37 Village Springs Drive, and are encouraging them to visit us there," White wrote in an email.

Virginia anti-pipeline activists face fines for protesting on their own land

Theresa Ellen Terry aka Red protests the Mountain Valley Pipeline Project near Roanoke, Virginia. CREDIT: Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images Activists in Virginia are facing fines for protesting the construction of a major pipeline project on their own land.

Roanoke Fire Station No. 7 makes preservation group's statewide 'most endangered' list

Preservation Virginia, a Richmond-based nonprofit that advocates saving historic places, added Roanoke's Fire Station No.

Glenn Gleixner to retire from WVTF; Roger Duvall named successor

Glenn Gleixner will retire next month as general manager at public radio station WVTF-FM and Radio IQ .

Red and Minor Terry lead an anti-pipeline rally

A mother and daughter who symbolize resistance to natural gas pipelines headlined a Monday rally outside City Hall. 'Red" Terry and her daughter Minor spent more than a month in tree stands near Roanoke until Saturday.

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