A local toddler and his family are finally reunited with their tiny pup thanks to the kindness of strangers, and the generosity of the community who stepped up to raise $3,000 to pay for it's vet bill after an unexpected illness.
Southwest Virginia may not have a local team going to the Super Bowl this year, but it does have a local dog competing on the gridiron. Hailing from Salem, 8-month-old Marshall, a Boston terrier, is on the starting roster for Team Fluff at Puppy Bowl 17.
We have all had to come together to get through the pandemic, and in many instances come up with creative ways to still make daily life work. The way Floyd County used it’s Cares Act Funds truly showcases that community spirit. During tough economic times they are keeping the community fed and in business.
It’s important to find the positives during the pandemic, especially during the holidays. Even though live holiday performances aren’t happening this year, one local dance company is more than proving, the show must go on.
The same company that decorated the Bonsack Chick-Fil-A in Roanoke County is looking to give a similar home makeover to someone in need of some holiday cheer. Christmas Decor Roanoke will decorate the homes of the winners for free, and even take the lights down. They are now accepting nominations.
Local volunteers and businesses are coming together this weekend to help kids in need, making sure every child has a bed to sleep in at night. The local chapter of the nonprofit Sleep in Heavenly Peace is made up of volunteers dedicated to building, assembling and delivering top-notch bunk beds to children and families in need.
This week marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II — it’s also a special milestone for a local World War II veteran who just turned 100 years old. Hitting that century mark deserves a massive celebration, especially for someone who served our country, and the Giles County community did not disappoint.
A Parma, Ohio couple’s wedding day didn’t include the usual reception, DJ and first dance. Instead Tyler and Melanie Tapajna’s said “I Do,” then headed to The City Mission’s Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center in Cleveland to serve women and children experiencing homelessness.