WDBJ7 is working to help you save and stretch your dollars this holiday season!Christmas Clubs are making a comeback.
Mount Pleasant Elementary 4th graders participate in The Walking Classroom
A new restaurant in Roanoke is honoring local law enforcement officers along with fire fighters and members of our military this week. Mission Barbeque opened its doors in Towers Shopping…
Linda Pennington spent $2 for the million dollar ticket
The Community Christmas Store has been around for more than 20 years and organizers have seen the demand for items change over that period of time. However, items like sheets and electric…
Dozens of homeless veterans made their way to the Salem Civic Center on Wednesday for the annual Stand Down event.
The city of Roanoke will use a $2 million dollar grant to help citizens determine if they’re living in an unhealthy environment. According to a city spokesman, 61 localities applied for the…
For 35 years the Salvation Army has been making the holidays brighter for families in need.
Old Fashioned is a romantic drama that stars Elizabeth Ann Roberts, who is from Salem.
We haven't carved the turkey yet, but Sunny 93.5 FM has already started playing Christmas music.
The city of Roanoke is trying to ring in the New Year with a bang. Big Lick Entertainment is taking New Year’s Eve to a new level with the Downtown Countdown.
Thanksgiving is two weeks away, but retail stores across the country and right here in our area are preparing for the biggest shopping day of the year - Black Friday.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced on Thursday that 30 new jobs are coming to Galax.
Roanoke Natural Foods Co-op's Give Up program will help raise money for local charities, a few cents at a time.
Project Horizon in Lexington is gearing up for its biggest night of the year. The organization provides services and programs for victims of sexual assault and violence in the region.
Rosa Beckner remembers the day that World War I ended.
Changes are coming to Charlottesville's downtown bar scene. Investigators are still trying to piece together how UVA student Hannah Graham died after she spent a night out with friends. In the…
Three men with autism spectrum disorder and one with Down Syndrome are part of the "Growth Through Opportunity" program.
Homeless veterans are a reality in the Roanoke Valley. There are dozens living and sleeping without a roof over their heads. While it may not seem like a huge problem, city leaders say one…
Crews spent the day knocking down an old and vacant home in Roanoke on Monday. Total Action for Progress, also known as TAP, won a bid to build new housing authority homes.
The event raised $160,000 for the Salvation Army’s Turning Point program, which helps children and adults in domestic violence situations.
It's that time of the year again when you can expect to hear ringing in your ear. The Salvation Army is gearing up to help thousands of families this holiday season.
The Roanoke City and Roanoke County police departments both recently received national recognition for their traffic safety initiatives.
Love Light Trees are coming to malls in our area to raise money for families dealing with terminal illnesses.
Pearl Fu is probably a name you have heard once or twice in the city of Roanoke. For the past 25 years, Fu has been bringing people together through the city's multicultural program called Local…
A 4-month-old orphaned red panda at the Mill Mountain Zoo is getting a roommate.
A newly formed group led by senior Shane Wescott is helping to make a difference in the energy level at Virginia Tech home football games
Jason Becker's Halloween light show is compromised of animatronics, props and surprises he put together on just a few hundred dollars. The show is the highlight of the night for neighbors and…
The bidding has closed on a historic piece of real estate located along Church Avenue in downtown Roanoke. The city put Fire Station No. 1 up for sale earlier this summer.
Halloween candy is not always a good thing, especially for children with allergies.
Healing Waters is a national organization with a chapter in Roanoke
NTelos Wireless and Black Dog Salvage managed to raise $3,000 in just a few weeks. A check was handed over to the Roanoke Valley SPCA Wednesday to help curb black dog syndrome.
A new business is coming to downtown Roanoke. According to a spokeswoman for the City Market Building, a restaurant called Scrambled will open in December.
Terrence Titus was killed in June of 1965 during the Vietnam War. His family was recognized in his honor in Bedford.
The Antares rocket is supposed to launch at 6:22 p.m. on Tuesday.
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