Reedy’s town council met last Thursday to finish planning for the annual Coming Home to Reedy festivities.
Every house on Front Street could be demolished if a federal flood program comes to fruition.
The W.Va. Black Walnut Festival is accepting applications from local non-profit food vendors.
Two Spencer Middle School students expelled for a year could be returning to school a lot sooner.
A man convicted of operating an illegal salvage yard was given another four weeks to clean up the property he was supposed to have cleared last year.
A Reedy woman was killed and her sister injured last week after their car left the road and struck a hillside.
Demolition of unsafe and eyesore structures through a National Guard program could begin by early next month.
The Roane Board of Education is making changes to a policy regarding substitute teachers after some subs were concerned they could be fired for not accepting calls to work.
The Roane Board of Education will try a second time to get state funding to build a new Spencer Middle School.
A plea for help from the county animal shelter has been answered.