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A Roanoke man is encouraging people to take advantage of the ice, at the Roanoke Civic Center, one pair of skates at a time. David Shinault also known as "Skate Santa" buys up old skates from Goodwill and Salvation Army Stores and gives them to people...
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reporterYou could call these women Christmas elves. These carefully printed "Angels" belong to boys and girls who wouldn't have a holiday without their help. "We collected names for about 300- individual children from 200-families," explains Bill Burleson,...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefGiving woman the power to take charge of their own lives: That's the goal of a three-day conference in Campbell County this week. The Woman to Woman conference is using music and inspirational messages to get woman excited about life. It's also a...
A Christian youth group in Montgomery County took a walk for water on Sunday. The purpose was to let people know about others in the world who don't have clean, running water readily available. They started with empty buckets in hand on...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefThe only woman running in the Republican race for President is making a stop in one of our hometowns today. Michele Bachmann spent Wednesday morning at Liberty University, where she met with students and shared a few words about her faith and politics....
A Roanoke church has a new name. Crossroad Church, formerly known as Airlee Court Baptist Church, is getting ready for a grand opening this Sunday morning. Church leaders realized something needed to change when only about 20 members were attending, even...
ReporterWith the holiday season approaching, the Salvation Army of Roanoke will begin accepting applications for Christmas assistance Wednesday, October 5. To apply come to the Salvation Army offices at 724 Dale Avenue SE on Mondays, Tuesdays and...
Weekend Anchor/ReporterThe colder weather will soon be here and that means most of us will be paying higher utility bills to keep warm. According to the Salvation Army in Roanoke, it's the winter months when they'll receive hundreds of requests for assistance. The...
Multimedia JournalistLiberty University was a hot spot Saturday after two popular names in politics visited the campus. Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and Georgia businessman Herman Cain both appeared for separate events. On one side of the campus was Herman Cain; on...
Tags: Politics, Executive Branch, Government, Herman Cain, White House
Multimedia JournalistPink isn't the only color highlighting awareness during October. If you've driven through downtown Roanoke, near Elmwood Park, you more than likely noticed hundreds of purple decorations. The color purple is meant to raise awareness about domestic...
It's the sound that lets you know Christmas is just around the corner! The Salvation Army has pulled out its bells for the annual red kettle campaign. The holiday drive kicked off in Lynchburg Friday morning with a special competition. Members of the...
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