The world is full of artists, among them are those who posses an innate ability to produce wonderful creations that emanate purely from their souls. Furthermore those most talented exemplify the epitome of expression as they transform the mundane into greatness. Hair stylist Greg Addison is one of those special artists.
Greg, for 25 years, has been sole-owner/operator of Hair Attitudes, an extremely popular area salon in Salem. His clients make up a long list of individuals from various backgrounds and, because of his professionalism and deep personal touch, they all love Greg! Continue reading Salon owner continues inspiring tradition→
by Melinda Mayo, Communications and Media Officer, City of Roanoke
On Saturday, July 14, the first city-sponsored neighborhood clean-up event took place. Titled “Clean Sweep,” the event was conducted in the neighborhoods within the Melrose-Orange-Loudon-Rugby sections of the City of Roanoke. The boundaries of the area cleaned were from Lafayette Boulevard, west to 10th Street NW east; and from Andrews Road, north to Shenandoah Avenue south. Continue reading Clean Sweep Neighborhood Clean-Up a success→
Two years ago, Brother Demare Gill, MWPHGLVA, Alleghany-Dunbar Lodge 109 (AD #109), envisioned the reactivation of the AD #109 Prince Hall Mason Knights of Pythagoras (KOP) Youth Program here in Roanoke named E.S. Brown #2. Together with Brother Bernard Johnson, they transformed a small group of five outstanding young men into a highly successful group with an excellent parent/family support system. Continue reading Local Masonic Youth Group shines→