Search for assistant city manager continues

Meg Hibbert Contributing writer   The hiring process for a new Salem assistant city manager.

Juneteenth: Salem residents and area neighbors gather to hear speakers, learn about local ‘Black Wall Street’

As people across the country continue the fight to help liberate black people, last Friday,.

History in the Making: First-Ever Salem Civic Center Drive-In Concert Quickly Sells Out

by Shawn Nowlin When the Salem Civic Center agreed to host its first-ever drive-in concert.

Salem Bojangle’s employee tests positive for COVID-19, restaurant temporarily closes

by Shawn Nowlin The Bojangles’ at 1590 West Main Street is temporarily closed after an.

Salem High hosts graduation ceremony for roughly 280 seniors

Shawn Nowlin After not being able to attend prom, experience spring sports or enjoy.

City Council, School Board members join forces at groundbreaking SHS ceremony

Shawn Nowlin When students return to Salem High in the fall, things will look.

Dilly Dally reopening brings back memories

Meg Hibbert Contributing writer They say you can’t go home again, but with the reopening.

Roanoke College creates center to study issues of race

Roanoke College has established an academic center dedicated to the study of historical and contemporary issues dealing.

PPE distribution event organized by Salem resident

by Shawn Nowlin At the start of the New Year, many people thought their summer.

Thousands of area residents protest George Floyd’s death in display of community solidarity

Shawn Nowlin Residents of all ethnicities throughout the Roanoke Valley protested the death of George.