Saturday, April 28, 2012

Roanoke Man Facing Bond Revocation After Failing Drug Test
Rockbridge Weekly
A 32-year-old Roanoke man who was facing bond revocation Thursday morning after failing a drug test fled through a Botetourt County Court House window but was apprehended 68 minutes later in a creek bed an estimated 600 yards away.

Local schools to benefit from math and science partnership grants
Secondary Mathematics Professional Development Center – $221953 for Radford University; Virginia Commonwealth University, 31 school divisions — Bedford County, Botetourt County, Buchanan County, Carroll County, Chesterfield County, Colonial Heights, ...

Thomas Lawrence: Simpson needs focus, simplicity and grit to push ...
It's a highly-seasoned team, though, that can't wait to get back to the NCCAAs in Troutville, Va. "All of us want to go back and play again, and get a win," ...

 UPDATED: Botetourt County deputies catch Roanoke man who ran from courthouse
... and four State Police troopers were involved in the search. Smith had been out on bond pending trial, on charges of driving while on a suspended license, and possessing illicit substances. Smith is being held at the Botetourt County Jail without bond.

Roanoke man captured after fleeing Fincastle courthouse
Roanoke Times
 32-year-old Roanoke man facing jail after failing a drug test Thursday in Botetourt County fled through a courthouse window in Fincastle but was captured 68 minutes later, shortly before 1 pm, in a creek bed about 600 yards from the ...

CVB ditches the 10-K to save $100K
Bank of Botetourt, which operates around Roanoke, said Thursday that it would terminate its duty to file SEC reports. To provide at least some transparency going forward, CVB will still have to file call reports with the FDIC and will file abbreviated ...

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