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Monday, Jan. 20:   Town Closures Christiansburg Town Hall will be closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The Christiansburg Aquatic Center will be open from 8...

New police chief introduced to community at council meeting

Heather Bell Attendees of Monday’s Radford City Council meeting were introduced to Radford’s new police chief, as council members took time to recognize Law Enforcement...

Radford University faculty work toward inclusive classrooms for students with disabilities

School of Teacher Education and Leadership faculty members Liz Altieri (right) and Darren Minarik recently spoke to the “With Good Reason” public radio program...

VFW unveils military service flags for Memorial Bridge

Gary Harris, Commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 776, and VFW members take some time at Monday’s Radford City Council meeting to display...

Tickets now on sale for Moss Arts Center’s ‘Broadway in Blacksburg’ series

Broadway returns to Southwest Virginia with the Moss Arts Center’s “Broadway in Blacksburg” series. Tickets went on sale Tuesday for the captivating Tony Award...

Contract extended at Radford ammo plant

Marty Gordon BAE Systems, the current government contractor at the Radford Army Ammunition Plant, has been given a two-year extension $180 million contract for the...

Volunteers and donors help VT students through stress on Cheesy Night.

Volunteers for the University Libraries’ recent Cheesy Night service project in Newman Library cranked up the grill, flipped grilled cheese, served cookies and fruit,...

Flowers Foods to invest $25 Million to transform Lynchburg bakery into organic facility

Flowers Foods, one of the nation’s largest producers of packaged baked foods, will invest $25 million to expand and transform its Lynchburg bakery into...

Virginia. farmers will help set national Farm Bureau policies for 2020

Virginia Farm Bureau Federation delegates will join farmers and ranchers from across the country to shape national policies during the 101st American Farm Bureau...

Cybersecurity expert: Tensions with Iran don’t increase cyberattack risks for Americans

While individuals with access to critical infrastructure systems of any type should be vigilant in the coming weeks, most Americans are at no substantially...

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