Sunday, April 04, 2010

Hokies 13th entering the final round at Augusta
VT hokiesports.com
Junior Marshall Bailey (Fincastle, Va.) and freshman Mikey Moyers (Stanardsville, Va.) each shot three-under-par 141 and are tied for 22 nd place entering ...

Landscape store digs into fight against cancer
WDBJ 7 Roanoke Sat, 03 Apr 2010 18:04 PM PDT
The Landscape Store in Troutville is working this weekend to give a local woman a longer chance at life.

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER
Franklin News Post
Josh Saunders scored off a free kick by Tom Johnson in the closing seconds of regulation Wednesday night as Franklin County edged Lord Botetourt, 2-1, ...

Census questions answered
WSLS.com
Botetourt County continues to have the most returned in our area at 69 percent. Tom Story, Director of the Roanoke Census office, says if you still haven't ...

Salem welcomes stretch of greenway along Riverside Drive
Roanoke Times
Ralph Smith, R-Botetourt County. The new stretch of greenway, which runs about a mile along West Riverside Drive, almost to the South Colorado Street bridge ...

News & Events - Botetourt County, Virginia
The ceremony will begin at 2:00 p.m. with refreshments provided by the GFWC Botetourt Town and Country Woman's Club and the Eagle Rock Ruritan Club. ...
www.botetourtva.us/news_events/news_item_detail.php?press_release_ID=357

Blue Ridge District newcomer Staunton River a favorite for Girl’s soccer
WSLS Newschannel 10 Roanoke Fri, 02 Apr 2010 08:26 AM PDT
This spring, its first in the Blue Ridge District, the Golden Eagles expect an even more physical style of play from teams such as Lord Botetourt, the early-season favorite

Roanoke Cement Company Remains 'Unplugged' Long After Annual Earth Hour Ended
PR Newswire via Yahoo! News Fri, 02 Apr 2010 12:53 PM PDT
TROUTVILLE, Va., April 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- While millions of people around the world recognized the fourth annual Earth Hour this past Saturday by customarily turning off lights and appliances in their homes and businesses for an hour, Roanoke Cement Company (RCC) quietly switched off lighting on its pre-heater tower, a 400-foot signpost to the plant campus, indefinitely.


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