New River Computing is hosting the fundraiser and will give all donations to the Women's Resource Center of the New River Valley.
Community Cultivators Incorporated is trying to put Roanoke back to work. A street rally/job fair took place Friday along Melrose Avenue in Roanoke.
The Salem Red Sox are playing for some four legged fans this weekend. Volunteers from Smiles Forever Animal Rescue will be serving food and drinks at the game on Sunday.
The Science Museum of Western Virginia has some new guests in town.
An award-winning children's author and artist made a stop in Roanoke Thursday night. Kadir Nelson spoke to children and adults at Community High School.
A summer camp for kids that teaches more than just basketball.
What you wear into a job interview can make a big difference in confidence and chances of getting an offer.
A Lynchburg woman is proving employees at the bottom of a workplace can eventually rise to the top.
Roanoke City residents will soon see changes to the way they can recycle. Officials are switching to a single stream recycling program.
Military veterans come to the aid of a comrade in Bedford County.
A newly completed project at Apple Ridge Farm in Floyd County is honoring the life of an influential teacher.
Jonathan Sweet, the county administrator, was named "American City and County" magazine's County Leader of the Year.
This week, young girls in our area are learning about the importance of determination and self-love.
Entrepreneurs in the Roanoke Valley are learning what it really takes to open their own business.
About 30 middle and high school students will meet to talk about their futures Monday night. The event is called the Renaissance Academy. It’s geared toward helping young African American men…
Replenish Ministries put on three days of family fun, worship and music in Floyd this weekend.
It was a fairly close softball game between the Guns-N-Hoses for the seventh annual charity event.
Ballyhack golfers say they've gotten used to the four-legged additions
Law enforcement and firefighters in Pulaski County are taking over Calfee Park Saturday -- but it's all in good fun.
The Nigerian Women's Choir is on their summer tour here in the U.S.
The Greenvale School has partnered with a Roanoke-area lawmaker and the city's Housing Authority to ease the burden for lower income parents.
Most remember it as the Roanoke Civic Center. This weekend, people have the chance to keep a piece of history before Berglund Center renovations start.
A California man is making a pit stop in southwest Virginia. WDBJ 7 caught up with Marine Corps veteran Toran Gaal in Lexington on Wednesday.
How far would you go to recover a lost piece of jewelry? A Bedford County woman went to great lengths to find her wedding rings and her efforts paid off.
The lights are out right now at The Roanoke Rescue Mission, but that isn't stop it from helping those in need.
World Changers stresses the gospel by doing community work.
Construction on a brand new library in Roanoke County is almost complete. A lot of progress has been made on Vinton's new library along Pollard Street.
Camden Eubank's family wasn't sure who would show up at the party, and said Camden has trouble making friends. Camden's mom's call for help online went viral, and about 300 people showed up, in…
Habitat for Humanity of the New River Valley has a new set of wheels thanks to the Christiansburg-Blacksburg Rotary Club
Camp Powhatan is operating summer camp with a lake this year. WDBJ 7 learned the camp's lake was filled for the 2015 summer season.
Celebrations continued Monday just hours after the US women's soccer team won the 2015 Women's World Cup. USA beat Japan 5-2 over the weekend.
A Roanoke tattoo artist wants to give back to those dealing with serious health issues.
The Chapel Choir from Cullman, Alabama took over the Rescue Mission! 80 young singers pulled weeds, cleaned fences and prepped food.
A Roanoke organization wants to help you keep your pet safe the 4th of July. Angels of Assisi is holding a microchip clinic Thursday night.
Opera Roanoke had a big task on their hands for its 40th anniversary after an anonymous donor challenged it to raise $100,000 in a little over the month.
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