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The Cohousing Trend: A new approach to housing in south-western Virginia and across the nation

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=accutane-causing-my-hands-to-rash Roanoke, VA — The future residents of the Jubilee Cohousing project, located in Floyd Virginia, are sponsoring a public presentation on the growing Cohousing trend that is taking root across the country and the region.  This free event will take place 10-11:30 AM on August 29 at the Co-Lab on Grandin Road in Roanoke and is a great opportunity for area residents to learn more about this new approach to creating vibrant, safe and sustainable neighborhoods, often called the “new old-fashioned neighborhood of the future.”  Continue reading The Cohousing Trend: A new approach to housing in south-western Virginia and across the nation

Esteemed local pastor retires from pulpit

Rev. K.B. Wright steps down after 42 years of service
Rev. Dr. Kenneth B. Wright, pastor of First Baptist Church, Gainsboro.
Rev. Dr. Kenneth B. Wright, pastor of First Baptist Church, Gainsboro.

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click One community centered around Roanoke’s First Baptist Church, Gainsboro (FBCG) is presently transitioning through the retirement of its pastor Rev. Dr. Kenneth B. Wright who has been the spiritual leader of this historic church in northwest for 42 years. Continue reading Esteemed local pastor retires from pulpit

NNEO celebrates National Night Out

Residents file through the line at the NNEO National Night Out celebration. (Photos by Kamila Love)
Residents file through the line at the NNEO National Night Out celebration. (Photos by Kamila Love)

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The event under the direction of the Northwest Neighborhood Environmental Organization Inc. (NNEO) had coordinated events in two communities in NW–the Melrose Rugby area and Loudon Avenue/Melrose location.  On Loudon Ave. and 9th Street, the neighborhood residents enjoyed music, good food, face painting, special resource volunteer tents and was topped off with free ice cream from Freedom First Bank and more. Continue reading NNEO celebrates National Night Out

Local NAACP ACT-SO team returns with national Bronze Medal

ATTENDEES from left: (front row) Blake Barnes, Roanoke Chapter NAACP President Brenda Hale, and Curtis Staples; (back row) Cameron and Kai Washington-Brown, Danaë Antoine, Carlton Bell, Patrick Curtis, Aishah Brown, and Jasmine Armster.
ATTENDEES from left: (front row) Blake Barnes, Roanoke Chapter NAACP President Brenda Hale, and Curtis Staples; (back row) Cameron and Kai Washington-Brown, Danaë Antoine, Carlton Bell, Patrick Curtis, Aishah Brown, and Jasmine Armster.

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The 2015 Roanoke NAACP ACT-SO team traveled to the 37th National ACT-SO Competition in Philadelphia, PA, in July, and returned home with a winner. Olympians from Roanoke were: Danae Antoine, Drawing; Jasmine Armster, Medicine and Health; Aishah Brown, Poetry Performance; Curtis Staples, Jr., Entrepreneurship; and Kai Washington-Brown, Dance. Continue reading Local NAACP ACT-SO team returns with national Bronze Medal

Confederate Flag disappearing from yet another place

Virginia nixes the symbol from its specialty license plates

DANVILLE, VA (AP) — Virginia has revoked specialty license plates featuring a Confederate battle flag after a federal judge dissolved an injunction allowing the image.

The Department of Motor Vehicles will begin recalling and replacing existing plates, Attorney General Mark Herring’s office said Thursday evening in a statement. Continue reading Confederate Flag disappearing from yet another place