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VT Corps of Cadets Freshmen Move onto campus

BLACKSBURG (WSLS10) Students at Virginia Tech start school in about a week, but some are getting a head start moving into their dorms.

About 390 freshmen in the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets moved into their new homes on campus Saturday morning. 94 more words

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Man charged in Peeping Tom case has charges certified to grand jury

CHRISTIANSBURG (WSLS 10) – A man charged in connection to a voyeurism case in Blacksburg had three charges dropped, but others certified against him on Thursday in Montgomery County Court. 59 more words

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Blacksburg craft brewery offering to-go crowlers

BLACKSBURG (WSLS 10) — A Blacksburg brewery is packaging its craft beer in a new way.

Right Mind Brewing Company at Lefty’s Main Street Grille is now offering crowlers, a cross between a can and a growler. 200 more words

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Blacksburg works for funding for mountain bike skills park

BLACKSBURG (WSLS 10) – The town of Blacksburg is moving forward with funding efforts for a one-of-a-kind bike park.

The town just submitted a grant request to the Federal Highway Administration for its mountain bike skills park. 38 more words

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Blacksburg to commit to grade separated interchange at dangerous intersection

BLACKSBURG (WSLS 10) – The town of Blacksburg is ready to move forward with a new safety plan for one of the most dangerous intersections in the state, but the Commonwealth Transportation Board may not be. 173 more words

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VT Corps of Cadets host annual parade

BLACKSBURG (WSLS10) After a week of training, the incoming Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Freshman class are getting comfortable on campus. About 400 cadets marched on the Drillfield Saturday morning and showed their rifle handling skills during their annual parade. 53 more words

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Blacksburg sees a boost in sales now students are back on VT's Campus

BLACKSBURG (WSLS10) Students are flocking back to campus and gearing up for the fall semester at Virginia Tech which means businesses, like some restaurants have been swamped now that students are coming back. 211 more words

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