Medal of Honor Competes for Preservation Funding; Public Votes Feb 20 – March 3  

A Medal of Honor awarded posthumously to Lt. Gary Lee Miller of Covington, Va., has been selected as one of 10 endangered artifacts in Virginia by the Virginia Associations of Museums. The medal is in the collection of the Roanoke History Museum, which would be responsible for its restoration. Miller,...
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Opera Roanoke Presents “The Marriage of Figaro”

Opera Roanoke proudly brings one of the greatest of all operatic treasures to life, with a gorgeous and witty fully-staged production of The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart’s...

SML Regional Chamber of Commerce announces 2024 Leadership Academy class

The Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce (SMLRCC) has announced that 17 emerging business leaders have been accepted into its Leadership Academy for...

FRED FIRST: Landing on One’s Feet

. . .  and To be a Placed Person When You Get There In Floyd County—or any county in Southwest Virginia—there will be one or...
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Friendship House Roanoke Announces First-In-Nation Launch Of Link2Hope

Friendship House Roanoke is excited to announce the launch of Link2Hope in Roanoke, the first city in the nation to have access to this innovative online platform whose mission is to build circles of support around those in our community who are struggling. Friendship House will host the Link2Hope launch event on February 29, from 12-1 pm, ...

Want Maximum Home Comfort? Try These Ideas

Today's homeowners want maximum home comfort, and no one can blame them. With the economy's unpredictable see-saw phase and inflationary pressures that refuse to subside, people need a place to relax. Fortunately, there are many ways to do that in the privacy of your home. Want luxury, no stress, and complete comfort? Think about...

36th Smith Mountain Lake Cleanup Day Set for May 4th

Organizers of Take Pride in Smith Mountain Lake, SML's annual cleanup initiative, have announced the event will take place on May 4 at various locations around the lake. Neighborhood groups, businesses, families, civic organizations and others are invited to participate in the organized event or plan their own cleanup anytime in May. “For now, we’re asking...
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