Northwest citizens voice concerns about City’s plans to upgrade.
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Impactors front rowfrom left: honorees Dawn Bryant, Diedre Trigg, Sonnya Preston, Reyhan Deskins, Sheila Herron, Dr. Brenda Hale, Rev. Dr. Johnny Stone Peggy Sue Mason, Rev. Churn, Vickie Briggs, Xavier Duckett, Salena Morton, Jerel Rhodes, Gloria Randolph-King and youth in backgroud.
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go to link Winners have been announced for CanstructionSWVA 2019, a creative and competitive event featuring massive sculptures built entirely from cans of food, held at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke.
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