Tuesday Aug 19
American Legion Magazine
'A little bit of wet weather is nothing'
Nostradamus-like, I say, "This may slow things down a little bit." 9:06 a.m. - We arrive at the Wal-Mart in Grundy, Va.
Salem Fire Officials Investigate Fatal Fire
Salem, VA- Salem Fire officials are investigating a fatal fire that happened Sunday morning.
Local DJ, musician releases new CD
Photo by Morris Stephenson: Cliff Beach, a local radio announcer, displays his newest CD release "Six Pack."
Join these races to honor our heroes
Honor our fallen heroes at the 9/11 Heroes Run, the inaugural Lynchburg 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb, the Dash 4 Dog Tags and the Forest Volunteer Fire Department Fireman's 5K Runners in the Lynchburg area have several upcoming opportunities to honor our heroes.
Boater released from hospital after being hurt in explosion
A Salem man who was burned when his boat exploded last week at Blackwater Marina in Union Hall has been released from a Roanoke hospital.
Misconduct charge dismissed against former sheriff
A charge of misconduct against former Franklin County Sheriff Ewell Hunt was dismissed Thursday in Franklin County Circuit Court as was stipulated in a plea agreement in July 2013.
The Heartbreaking Suicide Note Left by a Navy Vet Who Killed Himself in Front of a VA Clinic
A Virginia U.S. Navy veteran ended his life in front of a Veterans Administration clinic, faulting the agency in his suicide note for failing to help him with chronic pain.
Carson Lee Dalton
Carson Lee Dalton , 65, of 5082 Simpson Ave., Dublin, Va., went to be with the Lord Tuesday morning, July 29, 2014, at his home surrounded by his family.