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Located immediately west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, during colonial times the site of Roanoke was an important hub of trails and roads. First called Big Lick, it was established in 1852 and chartered in 1874. It was named for a large outcropping of salt which drew the wildlife to the site near the Roanoke River. In the 1850s, Big Lick became a stop on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad (V&T) which linked Lynchburg with Bristol on the Virginia-Tennessee border.

Population: 94911
Local Newspapers: The Roanoke Times
Local Sports Teams: Salem Red Sox (Single A Baseball) Virginia Tech Hokies
Local Colleges: Virgina Tech

Zip Codes associated with roanoke, virginia: 24012 24013 24014 24015 24016 24017 24018 24019
Towns/Cities near roanoke, virginia : Vinton Cloverdale Salem Cave Spring Hollins Laymantown Troutville Daleville

Roanoke News
Christmas cheer: Where to see lights that dance, a yard of inflatables and a blocklong light show

Casey and Elizabeth Mills, along with their dog Harry, are rocking the Christmas spirit.

Roanoke VA office cited again for mishandling veterans' claims

The Roanoke Regional Benefits Office of the Veterans Affairs Administration is located in the Poff Federal Building in Roanoke.

Young blacksmith forges Roanoke career

Left: Jed Curtis shapes a large piece of steel under the pounding of the industrial forging hammer.

Amtrak reports first month ridership

Amtrak said 2,770 people boarded in Roanoke during the first 30 days after the passenger railroad resumed running trains here, from Oct. 31 through Nov. 30. The ridership forecast is for 38,000 riders during the first year, according to Amtrak.

Judge narrows lawsuit over efforts to take private land for Mountain Valley Pipeline

A federal judge says her courtroom is not the place to determine whether the taking of private property for the Mountain Valley Pipeline amounts to a "government-sanctioned land grab."

Botetourt sheriff's deputy charged with DUI, assault

An off-duty Botetourt County sheriff's deputy was charged with multiple offenses following a traffic incident in Roanoke County last month.

CASEY: Some good news, finally, about the postal service

For going on almost two years, you've read all kinds of bad news about the U.S. Postal Service in this column.

Roanoke planning panel moves deal to sell part of Villa Park forward

The Compton-Bateman House sits atop a hill in Villa Heights Park. The Roanoke City Council has agreed to sell the property to a nonprofit that wants to renovate the building and lease it to a youth program.

Casey: Salvation Army seeks $4,700 from sex harassment victim

Life is full of uncertainties, but today there are three things about which there's little dispute.

This pro-life student will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about the abortion debate

Being physically assaulted is a price the pro-life generation is willing to pay to rescue a child from abortion and serve women with a message of hope. That's the position 15-year-old Purity Thomas has taken in the wake of a violent assault she experienced Saturday at the hands of a Planned Parenthood client - an attack that left with her with a concussion.

RNA honors Clement with special award

One Roanoker has made such an impression with his efforts to bring communities and neighbors together that a neighborhood group created a special award to recognize him.

Lambert: Don't rename Stonewall Jackson Middle School

Lambert, of Roanoke, is a graduate of Hollins, a retired Lain teacher, and the author of a Civil War era novel.

Second defendant in March assault receives 8-year sentence in Roanoke

A beating earlier this year caused its 55-year-old victim to suffer two brain hemorrhages, which she said required two craniotomies and weeks of physical therapy.

Your Guide To Free Stuff During Finals Week

Finals week is nearly upon us. Likely, you'll be spending more time than you'd like to in the library this week, but rest assured, there will be plenty of free coffee around campus to help cure your sleep depravity.

15-Year-Old Pro-Lifer Punched In The Face Forgives Unarrested Assailant [VIDEO]

The 15-year-old pro-lifer punched in the face by an abortion activist forgave her assailant, whom police did not arrest, according to a Monday report. Purity Thomas, the Roanoke, Va.

Boyfriend who fatally stabbed Roanoke woman sentenced to 75 years

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Boyfriend who fatally stabbed Roanoke woman sentenced to 75 years

Steven Ray Hartman has said he can't remember what happened the night his girlfriend, Tiffany Carroll, died.

Dating scam leads to prison time for Roanoke woman

A woman who lured an online date to a Roanoke park over the summer, then helped rob him of his money and his car, was given more than a decade in prison at her sentencing hearing Monday.

[Photo Story] THON Celebrates Annual Family Carnival

The White Building was filled with laughter Sunday afternoon as Four Diamonds children, families, and volunteers gathered for the annual THON Family Carnival. Little lions ran around the gym playing games and enjoying an afternoon of celebration.

Pro-Life teenager punched outside Planned Parenthood clinic

A 15-year-old pro-life student was sucker-punched during a violent altercation Saturday outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Roanoke, Virginia. The unprovoked attack was captured on film by a Liberty University student.

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