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a city in southwestern Virginia

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Based on those first few, perfectly capable pages, a reader may believe they know how The Roanoke Girls will end.
Energy company Roanoke Gas Company (NasdaqGM:RGCO) disclosed on Thursday the completion of the 25 years 200 miles ageing natural gas lines modernisation project to improve the safety and reliability of natural gas service throughout the City of Roanoke and surrounding area.
On November 3, 2016, At The Roanoke County-salem Jail Facility Located At 401 East Main Street, Salem, Virginia 24153.
Most recently he was associated with BNC Bank (formerly Valley Bank) in Roanoke.
The Roanoke Cement plant has won a host of awards in recent years tied to efforts to reduce the site's environmental impact.
The deal will be carried out on Friday, the companies said, adding that BH Mediaa[euro](tm)s vice president Terry Jamerson has been appointed publisher of The Roanoke Times, replacing Debbie Meade.
Faced with deep cuts in funding from the commonwealth, coupled with a reduction in funding from the City of Roanoke under a local tax-sharing formula, Roanoke City Public Schools was expecting budget reductions of up to 10 percent from fiscal 2010 to 2011--in the range of $10 million to $14 million.
This author's account of the early years of Roanoke, Virginia, is local history at its best.
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) has expanded the availability of its third generation (3G) mobile broadband network to Roanoke, West Virginia.
Roanoke Cement Company has committed to provide funding for a grassroots program to raise awareness on preserving valuable watershed resources.
It's the nickname for the athletic teams at Roanoke College (Va.
These yards are expected to supply a portion of the ferrous scrap requirements to SDl's Roanoke Bar Division in Roanoke, Va.
1585-1582: In 1585, English explorer Sir Walter Raleigh sends 108 men to start a colony on Roanoke Island, off the coast of today's North Carolina.
Roanoke is a manufacturer of premix grouts, mortars and other products designed to enhance the installation of flooring systems.
uses her incisive skills as a psychiatrist to provide an astute socially constructed analysis of three urban settings-the Hill District in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; the Central Ward in Newark, New Jersey; and neighborhoods of Roanoke, Virginia, nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains.