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Virginia Tech rallies against swastikas left at Jewish center

Several hundred people attended a rally at Virginia Tech Monday afternoon to show support for local Jewish community members after leaflets depicting swastikas were...

Help Save the Next Girl held its first annual Safety Summit at Christiansburg High School Saturday to teach students and parents about issues such...

Panel discusses student-resident relations

Kyle Cooke Intern Lori Blanc, an assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Virginia Tech, says there are three types of Hokies: those who...

Supervisors vote against possible tax increase

  The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors, in a 4-3 vote, shot down the possibility of a two-cent property tax increase that would have gone...

Christiansburg discusses ACCE program

High school graduates in Montgomery County could soon be able to receive free tuition at New River Community College. Angie Covey, who works with the...

RU hosts regional science fair

The College of Science and Technology and Department of Chemistry hosted the 26th annual Blue Ridge Highlands Regional Science Fair March 3-4 in Peters...

Beamer announced as RU spring commencement speaker

Radford University announced that Radford alumnus Frank Beamer will serve as the keynote speaker for the 2017 Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 6, at...

Riner residents raise concerns over possible slaughterhouse

Riner residents are saying “not in our backyard” to a proposed slaughterhouse. Wednesday night, the Montgomery County Planning Commission heard discussions about a change...

Former MCPS superintendent resigns amid FBI investigation

The Berkley County South Carolina school district has accepted the resignation of former Montgomery County school superintendent Brenda Blackburn after 18 months of service...

Supervisor Biggs recommends tax hike

The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors District F representative Mary Biggs proposed that the county consider a two-cent increase in property taxes that would...

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