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Past articles by Tiffany:

Kroger workers authorize strike

Union employees at 41 Kroger stores have decided to authorize a strike after a unanimous vote to reject the grocer's last contract proposal. → Read More

Kroger proposal would change how beer and wine are marketed

Even the most determined shopper, with grocery list in hand, will occasionally spot something interesting on a shelf and make an impulse purchase. Few would argue that the placement of retail items in stores is not important. → Read More

Wreck closes part of U.S. 11 in Botetourt County

A multivehicle wreck has closed a portion of U.S. 11 in Botetourt County, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation website. → Read More

Woman killed in Roanoke County crash

A 30-year-old woman was killed Saturday night in Roanoke County after a single vehicle crash. → Read More

New store openings at Valley View Mall

It’s been a whirlwind year so far at Valley View Mall. In March, mall management confirmed that five new retailers were coming this year and several more were remodeling. Two of those stores just opened. → Read More

Salem woman now waits for double-lung transplant

It was a Thursday afternoon when she got the call — Nov. 20, to be exact. → Read More

Back Creek Road light display becomes Christmas tradition

At first the winding, heavily wooded Back Creek Road seems like something out of a horror movie. → Read More

Roanoke restaurant fights ABC allegations of male striptease

The owner of Stefano’s on the Market, formerly called 202 Market, is once again defending his downtown Roanoke establishment after hosting a show in March featuring male dancers. → Read More

Roads closed after a train and tractor trailer collide in Salem

Diuguids Lane in Salem will be closed for the next several hours after a Norfolk Southern train and a tractor-trailer collided this afternoon. → Read More

Roanoke police search for man suspected of an attempted adbuction

Roanoke police are searching for a man suspected of attempting to abduct a 7-year-old girl in southwest Roanoke. → Read More

Top-selling liquors in Roanoke and New River valleys

What do people in Southwestern Virginia like to drink? → Read More

Fireball explodes onto Southwest Va. drinking scene

It’s sweet. It’s spicy. It’s best served cold, two ounces at a time. → Read More

Campbell Avenue property to be redeveloped for artists

Four local businessmen have teamed up to purchase and renovate a decaying Roanoke property with plans to turn it into apartments and studios for artists. → Read More

Cafe Froth coffee shop in Roanoke Co. adds new chefs, alcohol

Froth was on the brink of closing this past winter, but its new owner has made some changes to the Roanoke County coffee shop to help business. → Read More

Bill Poe leaves Poe and Cronk for Hall Associates

After 27 years, Bill Poe has left Poe and Cronk Real Estate Group, the company bearing his name, for one of its main competitors. → Read More

Lunchtime spot Crock and Roll will close next week

After five years of serving its soups at Towers Shopping Center, Crock and Roll is going to close. → Read More

Hidden Valley volleyball coach pleads no contest to DUI charge

A Hidden Valley High School teacher and volleyball coach who was charged with driving under the influence in May pleaded no contest in court Tuesday. However, the decision has been appealed. → Read More

Five Below opens today in Roanoke

A new discount chain store opens Friday in Roanoke. Five Below, where everything costs $5 or less, is opening in Towne Square Shopping Center where Fashion Bug used to be. → Read More

A Mellow Mushroom is in the works for Roanoke

Plans are underway to put a Mellow Mushroom in Roanoke. → Read More

Bastians Bar-B-Q is closed for good in Salem

Bastians Bar-B-Q in Salem has a history of closing and reviving itself, but this time the owner said the restaurant is closed for good. → Read More