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News in Salem

11

Feb

2021

Johnson Named to Prestigious Education Group

Andrea Johnson was the state Teacher of the Year in 2020.

10

Feb

2021

Epperly Named Assistant Principal at SHS

Epperly will also continue to direct the English Learners program.

10

Feb

2021

Goodman Named Police Officer of the Year

Senior Police Officer Goodman serves as the Resource Officer at Andrew Lewis Middle School.

10

Feb

2021

Kayla Wood Named SHS Girls Soccer Coach

Wood has been a teacher at Salem High School since 2018 and she has a welth of soccer experiences.

22

Jan

2021

House Fire on Valleydale Avenue

The Fire Marshal estimates damages at $30,000.

11

Jan

2021

I-81 Widening Meeting Set for Feb. 9

VDOT is hosting a virtual public hearing to discuss the widening of Interstate 81 to three lanes in Salem and Roanoke County. This expansion would apply to each direction along this 5.1 mile stretch. The virtual public hearing will take place on February 9, 2021 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

11

Jan

2021

Local COVID-19 Vaccination Plans

Phase 1B Vaccinations Begin January 11.

8

Jan

2021

Keep Recreational Vehicles in Their Place

4

Jan

2021

Structure Fire on Stonewall Circle

Two residents were displaced by the fire.

21

Dec

2020

Need Help with Utility Bills Payment?

If you are having trouble paying your bills during COVID, we are here to help. The city is taking part in the Municipal Utility Relief Program that is designed to help residents and small-business owners facing past-due utility bills due to COVID-19 hardships.

 

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