Downtown Salem businesses participate in March window decorating contest

  Hidden Treasures Consignment tied for first place Employees sit outside the Fedstar storefront. O’Brien Meats, tied for first place. Kid Stuff, second place Antiques by the Market employee stands in front of building. There are dozens of unique business in Downtown Salem. Five of them – Fedstar, Antiques by the Market, Kids Stuff, Hidden Treasures Consignments and O’Brien Meats – competed in a window decorating contest on Friday, March 17. An initiative of the grassroots citizen organization More...

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Salem Baseball off to 3-0 start

  The Salem High baseball team is off to a good start with three wins to open the season. The Spartans will go for four in a row today when they play William Byrd in Vinton More...

Glenvar wins baseball opener

First year Glenvar baseball coach Ben Amos came up a winner in his first game as skipper as the Highlanders won at Grayson County Monday, 13-3. Glenvar exploded for eight runs More...

Salem girls drop soccer opener to Western Albemarle

The Salem High girls opened their 2017 soccer season with a loss Tuesday as Western Albemarle visited for an early season showdown. Salem scored first but the Warriors got out More...

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Roanoke College announces Hall of Fame Class of 2017

  Roanoke College has announced its Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2017. The class includes soccer standouts Regi Francois ’02 and Jill Hoffmeister DeMello ’05 More...

NCAA D-III hoops at Salem Civic Center this weekend

  The NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball National Championship Series returns to Salem this weekend as the City prepares to award its 83rd NCAA title since 1993. This More...

Salem Spartan Soccer

Salem High’s Will Snyder (#9) battles for the ball in a preseason scrimmage against Lord Botetourt. Below McKenna Habeeb(#2) More...

First two days of high school sports postponed by weather

  Salem’s Ashlyn Pugh serves one up during warmer days at last week’s scrimmageagainst Lord Botetourt. The More...

“The New Me – No More Scars” Domestic Violence Conference

  The Ladies of Vision (LOV) Ministry invites you to their 5th Annual Domestic Violence Conference,...

College students play dodgeball, benefit charity

Richard Smith Contributing writer With the weather getting a bit warmer, Roanoke College hosted a charity...

Dorothy Stewart

  Dorothy John Stewart, 93, of Salem passed away on Thursday, March 9. She was the daughter of J. Griffith More...

Obituaries – March 15th, 2017

BRYAN, Donald A. Donald A. “Jake” Bryan, of Buchanan, passed away quietly with his family by his side on Thursday night,..

McLAUGHLIN, Virginia W.

Darlene was born in Waynesboro on February 17, 1967 and lived most of her life in Botetourt. She was the daughter..

Virginia schools encouraged to participate in statewide campaign to encourage safe teen driving during upcoming high-risk months

May through August most dangerous months for Virginia teen drivers Youth of Virginia Speak Out (YOVASO) and More...

Local students learn valuable lessons

  In November, the Virginia Department of Education, in partnership with the Innovative Solutions Consortium, launched the Student Led Ideation Challenge..

Teachers of the Year for 2017 announced

West Salem’s Karey Henzey receives top honor  The Salem School Division Teacher of the Year for 2017 knew she wanted to..

Calendar of Events – March 23rd, 2017

THIRD MONDAY   Roanoke County Woman’s Club evening meeting, 7:30 p.m. in members’ homes. For more information, call (540) 387-1681.   EACH..

Monster Truck Winternational brings thousands to Salem Civic Center

Monster truck lovers of all ages recently gathered over a two-day period (Jan. 13 – Jan. 14) at the Salem Civic..

Church Briefs – March 23rd, 2017

UM BLACKSTONE CENTER AUCTION SCHEDULED The contents of the former Virginia United Methodist Assembly Center at Blackstone are scheduled to be..

Breakfast with Santa

For the second time in as many years, Our Lady of Perpetual Help (OLPH) fixed a warm breakfast for the community..
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