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Carilion Navigator Line launches as a resource hub

Carilion Navigator Line launches as a resource hub
For those in the City of Roanoke not sure where to turn for help with mental health, substance abuse and basic support services, a new ...
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Tour Roanoke is getting back into full swing.

Tour Roanoke is getting back into full swing.
Being recognized as ambassadors to the city of Roanoke one company is continuing to keep the food and culture alive with both tourists and locals ...
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Shots fired outside Berglund Center during Fleming graduation rehearsal

Shots fired outside Berglund Center during Fleming graduation rehearsal
On June 9, 2021 at approximately 2:00 p.m., Roanoke Police were notified of shots fired in the area near the Berglund Center. While responding, officers ...
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Cavs walk off and head to game with Dallas Baptist in South Carolina on Fri...

Cavs walk off and head to game with Dallas Baptist in South Carolina on Friday
UVA's baseball team advances to the NCAA super regionals for the first time since 2015 with a 4-3 win over Old Dominion. WPLY-MIN ...
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Roanoker fights Ochocinco on Mayweather-Paul undercard

Roanoker fights Ochocinco on Mayweather-Paul undercard
More of an MMA and bare-knuckle professional fighter by trade, Brian Maxwell decided to try his hand - or fists - at boxing this year ...
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VT sees fall vaccine mandate as best way to resume normal campus life

VT sees fall vaccine mandate as best way to resume normal campus life
Virginia Tech officials say they are receiving some limited pushback for the decision to require student vaccinations for the fall semester, but they see no ...
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ANALYSIS: Governor’s race will be attack-oriented, negative race

ANALYSIS: Governor's race will be attack-oriented, negative race
Former Governor Terry McAuliffe is now the official Democratic nominee as he seeks a 2nd term in the Executive Mansion. WFIR’s Ian Price spoke with ...
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Realtors see just one possible impediment to continued climb in home prices

Realtors see just one possible impediment to continued climb in home prices
There is no apparent letup in sight – at least not right away – when it comes to the unusually sharp rise in area home ...
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COVID cases spike locally over last week

COVID cases spike locally over last week
As more masks come off, a recent uptick in the number of positive COVID tests in the Roanoke City and Alleghany Health Districts has the ...
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Hash beats Hill for Roanoke City sheriff nomination

Hash beats Hill for Roanoke City sheriff nomination
With all precincts reporting Master Deputy Antonio Hash appears to have won  won the Democratic nomination for Roanoke City Sheriff over retired Lt. Lee Hill ...
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Herring beats back strong challenge from Jones for AG nomination

Herring beats back strong challenge from Jones for AG nomination
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Attorney General Mark Herring will seek a third term from voters in November after beating back a strong challenge from Norfolk ...
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McAuliffe scores easy win in primary

McAuliffe scores easy win in primary
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Terry McAuliffe, the exuberant former Virginia governor and longtime fixture of Democratic politics, won the party’s nomination Tuesday in his quest ...
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Virginia Tech to require students to be vaccinated

Virginia Tech to require students to be vaccinated
Virginia Tech will require all students to be fully vaccinated by the start of the fall semester. There is no similar requirement for faculty and ...
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UVA baseball advances to NCAA Super Regionals for first time since 2015

UVA baseball advances to NCAA Super Regionals for first time since 2015
Move over Shohei Otani - UVA's baseball team advances to the NCAA super regionals with a 4-3 win over Old Dominion after this happened today ...
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VDH updates coronavirus data from Roanoke Valley

VDH updates coronavirus data from Roanoke  Valley
The VDH today reported no new coronavirus deaths but 5 new related hospitalizations in the Roanoke Valley in the latest 24-hour reporting period. State officials ...
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Wind energy jobs expected to grow considerably in Virginia

Wind energy jobs expected to grow considerably in Virginia
A Martinsville-based education provider is offering certification training specifically for workers looking to move into wind energy technician careers. It comes as wind power jobs ...
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JMU softball falls one game short of World Series championship round

JMU softball falls one game short of World Series championship round
JMU's softball team came up one game short of making it to the College Women's Softball World Series championship round, falling yesterday in a rematch ...
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United Way to launch Little Free Pantries next week

United Way to launch Little Free Pantries next week
You may have seen the "Little Free Libraries" that have appeared in the Roanoke Valley over the past several years. Now comes help for the ...
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Gun Violence Prevention Commission to Make Available Mini-Grants

Gun Violence Prevention Commission to Make Available Mini-Grants
The Gun Violence Prevention Commission Announced Mini-Grant awards to be distributed to organizations for activities to be completed by Aug. 31,to help to shrink this ...
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Charlottesville votes to start statue removal process

Charlottesville votes to start statue removal process
 The Charlottesville City Council is offering to transfer ownership of one (1) or two (2) statues/outdoor bronze sculptures to an entity, upon terms deemed by ...
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