Two vets with possible ties to QAnon said they were going to Philadelphia with guns and fake ballots to “straighten things out” in the vote count. Instead, they went straight to jail.
This November 9, we will not be heading out to a steakhouse in Christiansburg or Roanoke to order a large steak to remember Cow Night.
After nearly four years of partisanship and rabid rancor from an accidental president, the President-elect promises to work to unify a divided America and bring us all back together again.
As counting continues in a hope to resolve an extremely close presidential election, legal cases are already filed to challenge an outcome still not determined.
After a year of pandemic, protest, racial strife and our democracy under attack, can this year’s presidential election bring healing or provide the last nail in America’s coffin?
Hearing that Calvary Baptist Church in Roanoke has put its century-old home up for sale is a sign of the times for religions who might not be adapting to those who need more than just fire and brimstone.