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A beautiful autumn photo. Thanks Fred Gorrell!
We plan to broadcast the city Christmas tree lighting LIVE in downtown Roanoke tonight just after 6 p.m.
The Art in Roanoke (AIR) exhibit in Elmwood Park will get a new look in the spring of 2017. The Roanoke Arts Commission has issued a call for artists to locate nine new temporary works along the Art Walk on Bullitt Avenue.

The city’s first exhibit on the Art Walk, themed “The Natural City” ended on Nov. 15. The new theme, “City in Motion,” represents the revitalization of downtown Roanoke...
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Peek-a-boo! The city's elf has hijacked the StarCam!
You can leave letters for Santa at the City Market Building. John Wilcher took this photo:
Neat picture from the wet weather earlier this week. Dexter Kingery took this photo:
Christmas lights are on at the Hotel Roanoke! Constantinos Farmakis took this picture:
A pretty tree! Carol Dunne took this photo downtown:
A nice photo of the autumn colors. Thanks Fred Gorrell!
Lights and decorations are going on the city Christmas tree!
Roanoke's tallest building and our biggest Star. Jimmy Moore took this photo:
Starry made his arrival in Roanoke this morning. He's currently enjoying a cup of cocoa in front of the Municipal Building!
A beautiful place in the valley. Maggie Radford took this photo:
The last few signs of autumn in Roanoke. Krisee Bailey took this photo:
A nice city capture after rain in Roanoke. Jimmy Moore took the picture.
Heavy rain is moving into the area. Use caution.
The following streets will be closed on Friday, Dec. 2, for “Dickens of a Christmas"

From 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.:
-Market Street, between Salem Avenue and Church Avenue
-Wall Street, between Salem Avenue and Campbell Avenue
-Church Avenue, between Williamson Road and Jefferson Street.
-Kirk Avenue, between Jefferson Street and Market Street
-Salem Avenue, between Jefferson Street and Williamson...
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Downtown is pretty every day. Even the dreary ones! Noah Weaver took this photo: