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WDBJ7 Associate ProducerFolks in Roanoke celebrated a very special lady Sunday, as she turns 107 years old. Her secret to long life? "If I go slow, I can go some more. If I go fast, I won't last!" Those are the words of the youthful Nannie Calloway. Friends and family held...
Tags: Christianity, Religion and Belief
High school basketball scores for March 3 GIRLS BASKETBALL AAA State Championship Quarterfinal Princess Anne 57, Potomac 42 Woodside 55, William Fleming 42 AA State Championship Division 3 Quarterfinal Liberty-Bealeton 73, Brunswick 51 R.E....
ReporterA church is changing lives one box at a time. On Wednesday night, volunteers packed hundreds of boxes filled with food and toys for people in need. The assembly line was quick at Rosalind Hill Baptist Church. Volunteers packed boxes with canned...
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...
Multimedia JournalistHundreds of porch lights will be dark on Halloween, because thousands of people have chosen church over trick or treating. More than one-thousand people at New Testament Church in Vinton will not be celebrating Halloween. Instead, they say they're...
A string of break-ins at medical offices in Galax ends with the arrest of two teenagers. Galax Police say six buildings were broken into and cash was taken. A 16-year-old is facing 13 charges and a 14-year-old is facing seven charges. The pair is...
A school board official tells News7 that no students were ever in any danger. He says in a lot of ways the flooding happened at the best time because the school was getting ready to let students out for the day. There were only slight delays with...
Weekend Anchor/ReporterSome Roanoke kids pedaled around on their bicycles to raise money for a good cause Saturday morning. Some children showed up for a bike-a-thon at the Forest Park Baptist Church to benefit the Henrietta Lacks Foundation. Henrietta Lacks' cancer cells...
Tags: Christianity, Blood, Health, Drugs and Medicines
ReporterYou can't miss the billboards around this area that claim Judgment Day is Saturday, May 21. There are billboards up in Roanoke and near Bedford. It's the prediction by a California man, Harold Camping. The 89-year-old runs the group Family Radio which...
ReporterBusloads of people attended the Giles Co. school board meeting Thursday afternoon. Many were expecting a decision on whether or not the The Commandments would be re-hung on the walls of Giles Co. schools. Last month, local attorney Bobby Lilly presented...
They did their jobs voluntarily. And today, hundreds voluntarily came out to pay respects to two Rocky Mount firefighters. Posey Dillon and Danny Altice died Monday on their way to a house fire when their engine flipped. Dillion's funeral was held at...
They followed their parents to remote regions of the world to preach the Gospel. But in recent years, dozens of adults, known in evangelical Christian circles as "MKs," or missionary kids, have come forward to report decades-old abuse at the hands of...
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