Salem Fair returns for another 12-day run

Salem-Fair-2013-Logo It has become a rite of summer over the past three decades, and the Salem Fair is back for another year. WFIR’s Gene Marrano reports:

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Roanoke prepares for annual July 4th fireworks show

FireworksBig crowds are expected to attend this holiday weekend’s festivities in Roanoke celebrating the Fourth of July. WFIR’s Clark Palmer has the story.

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Liberty students who train in advance for disaster relief head for West Virginia

Liberty University logoLiberty University is sending a student disaster relief team tomorrow to hard-hit Greenbrier County West Virginia. The LU Send NOW program is one in which qualified students sign up in advance, go through training and be ready for deployment whenever needed. WFIR’s Evan Jones has the story.

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“Jazz in July” is set to return to Salem

wfir-defaultAn annual music festival returns to Salem next month, providing a new experience for many in the community. WFIR’s Clark Palmer has more details.

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Botetourt County set to join greenway commission

GreenwaysThe Roanoke Valley Greenway Commission officially welcomes a new member as of tomorrow. More from WFIR’s Gene Marrano:

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Denton: Supreme Court decision says McDonnell conviction was politically-motivated witch hunt

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Virginia Tech professor and WFIR Political Analyst Bob Denton says yesterday’s Supreme Court decision overturning former Governor Bob McDonnell’s corruption convictions should be welcomed by any and all elected officials. And as WFIR’s Evan Jones reports, Denton did not spare his words for federal prosecutors:

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