Thursday, May 22, 2008

Gas line hit near Lord Botetourt High School
WSLS.com - Roanoke,VA,USA
The Botetourt County Sheriff’s Office tells us a construction crew hit a gas line near Lord Botetourt High School. The gas line is near Digital Imaging on ...

Special prosecutor will investigate attack ad taken out by ...
WDBJ7.com - Roanoke,VA,USA
Botetourt County Commonwealth's Attorney will look into the ad which ran in the Roanoke Times. The ad was taken out, in part, by councilman Brian Wishneff. ...

Special prosecutor named to investigate group's role with attack ad
Roanoke Times - Roanoke,VA,USA
Roanoke Commonwealth’s Attorney Donald Caldwell said today that Joel Branscom, the top prosecutor in Botetourt County, was selected to handle the case. ...

Angels will clear your fields
Roanoke Times - Roanoke,VA,USA
If you have 10 or more acres in Roanoke or Botetourt Counties in need of cutting, Angels volunteers will neatly cut and bale your field for free as a ...

Smith pounces on cue, saves Alleghany - roanoke.com
Roanoke Times Wed, 21 May 2008 10:43 PM PDT
Sophomore pitcher Stephanie Smith makes a veteran play in the seventh to help win it. DALEVILLE -- With the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the seventh, it'd be nice to have a veteran pitcher on the rubber protecting that precious 1-0 lead. Instead, Alleghany had sophomore Stephanie Smith.

ELECTION ISSUE ENDS UP THE LOCAL PROSECUTOR'S IN BOX...
By Lauren(Lauren) Roanoke Commonwealth’s Attorney Donald Caldwell said today that Joel Branscom, the top prosecutor in Botetourt County, was selected to handle the case. Caldwell asked for the appointment after conducting a preliminary inquiry into the ...
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Lawn mower maker to appeal verdict in 4-year-old's death - roanoke.com
Roanoke Times Wed, 21 May 2008 10:41 PM PDT
MTD Products claimed Orvil Reedy misused the mower the day Justin Simmons died. A lawn mower manufacturer held liable by a Roanoke jury for the death of a 4-year-old Botetourt County boy in 2004 has decided to appeal the controversial verdict. Roanoke Circuit Court Judge Clifford Weckstein has ordered that MTD Products Inc. post a $2.65 million appeal bond. The amount covers both the $2 ...

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