Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Man found guilty of embezzling won't do time -
Roanoke Times Tue, 09 Mar 2010 22:40 PM PST
A former Troutville Volunteer Rescue Squad captain who was convicted of embezzling nearly $10,000 from the organization won't serve jail time. Stacy L. Tanaka, 34, was ordered to pay back the money he stole from the squad over two years, Botetourt County Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Jill Deegan said.

Against The Grain plays in Buchanan Saturday night |
By Submitted
This monthly concert series is hosted by the Town of Buchanan's Downtown Revitalization Program and Buchanan Special Events Committee and is supported by a grant from the Bank of Botetourt's Art by the James Series. ... -

Governor's School faces shaky future
Roanoke Times
Roanoke sends the most students -- 131, followed by Roanoke County with 53; Franklin County with 34, Botetourt County with 26; Bedford County with 17; ...

Smoke on the horizon |
By Edwin McCoy
The Fincastle Herald. Salem Times-Register News Messenger New Castle Record Vinton Messenger Radford News Journal Fincastle Herald Cave Spring Connection. Edwin McCoy. Editor, The Fincastle Herald Executive Editor, ... -

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