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With 139 categories and 437 winners, our readers weigh in on the best and brightest in the Roanoke Valley. more

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John Park

Let's go around the world in flavors without ever leaving Roanoke. Learn about Morning Brew Coffee Company here. more

Dining

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John Park

Let's go around the world in flavors without ever leaving Roanoke. Learn about Taco Riendo here. more

Dining

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John Park

Let's go around the world in flavors without ever leaving Roanoke. Learn about Cuban Island here. more

Dining

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John Park

Let's go around the world in flavors without ever leaving Roanoke. Learn about Bethlehem Restaurant and Grocery here. more

Dining

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Bob Sowder

The Wood family had to redo their entire home after a fire caused by lightning. more

Home & Garden

Like beer, kombucha is on the rise–and bringing the Roanoke area with it. more

Features

Our panel of experts weigh in on great shows to catch by local musicians. more

Features

We take a look at elite Roanoke Valley high school athletes from 1993 to 2018. more

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These eight businesses are thriving in both local and global markets. more

Features

The Tudor-style hotel has long been one of the most recognizable landmarks in the city. more

Departments

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Dan Smith

The Knights’ Scholastic Bowl team won its third straight state title this past spring and is gearing up for a “quadrapeat” next year. more

Departments

Roanoke Area Youth Substance Abuse Council is doing all they can to bring the community together in the fight against drugs. more

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Bestselling author Beth Macy gives new details on her upcoming release, as well as tips on reversing the trend of opioid and heroin abuse. more

Departments

Beautify your life with a subscription service of local herbs, flowers, infused oils and teas. more

Departments

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Courtesy of the History Museum of Western Virginia

The Loop Road on Mill Mountain, so named for its loop, is nearly unchanged from its 1891 beginnings. more

Departments

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Anne Sampson

This tiny community delivers dining, shopping and outdoor fun. more

Departments

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Liz Long

Visit Virginia's Blue Ridge has a new sports initiative, and with it, a passionate new director to lead the way. more

Departments

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John Park

The longtime “sub and pub” restaurant added breakfast to its menu, and with Southern comforts like hearty biscuits and gravy, diners will surely be back for another taste. more

Dining

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John Park

The old school deli experience brings a taste of New York to the region, with bagels from the Bronx and their own roast beef made in-house. more

Dining