Lynchburg organization receives $25K donation to continue serving the less fortunate
Red Truck Ministries partners with local churches, bringing food and faith to underserved communities five days a week.
Always wanted to start composting? This is how you can begin
You probably already recycle, and it’s absolutely an easy way to reduce your carbon footprint, but are there any more things you could be doing around the house to be a little bit more green?
Indulge in sweet ice cream sandwiches at Rookie’s new Roanoke shop
If you need to satisfy your sweet tooth, you can now indulge at Rookie’s! It’s a new shop in downtown Roanoke on Jefferson Street next to the Patrick Henry apartments.
Junior League of Roanoke Valley holding food, book drive for local families
The Junior League of Roanoke Valley is holding a food and book drive to benefit Feeding Southwest Virginia and West End Center for Youth.
Soup-er Tuesday: This split pea soup with hot dogs instead of ham is actually good
Look, I know this sounds insanely weird, but queen of the internet Chrissy Teigen is onto something with her split pea soup with crispy hot dogs recipe.
You can stop by this shop every day for a free doughnut after you get your COVID-19 vaccine
There are plenty of benefits to reap from getting the COVID-19 vaccine, but we’re about to throw another one at you: If you provide your vaccine card at any U.S. Krispy Kreme location, you can get a free original glazed doughnut.
No trip, no problem: Enjoy the perks of travel without leaving home
While major travel is off the table this spring, there is a way to bring the taste of some of your favorite American cities to your dining room table or explore Virginia's Blue Ridge in a new way.
Lynchburg chef needs your vote to advance in national competition
Michelle Ayers entered Favorite Chef 2021, an online competition with nearly 30,000 cooking professionals from across the county. She's in the top 1,000, and they’re now divided into 64 groups. The winner of each group advances to the semifinals. Ayers is currently in second place and voting ends Thursday at 9 PM.
Lynchburg businesses ahead of the curve as Virginia bans foam containers
Virginia will eliminate single-use plastic at state agencies and public colleges and universities by 2025, and ban all food vendors from using Styrofoam by 2025. But some Lynchburg businesses are already ahead of the curve.
Auntie Anne’s, Cinnabon opening in Lynchburg this summer
Those in the Hill City will soon be able to enjoy hand-rolled soft pretzels and oven-hot cinnamon rolls to satisfy those cravings for a sweet treat.