Lexington residents can expect smoother roads in the Diamond Hill area as a two-year construction project concludes.
A Tru by Hilton hotel, a Starbucks and a Dunkin’ are moving to the Route 11 corridor.
An extra traffic light will hamper commuters’ progress for at least the next six months. Construction crews are upgrading the bridge to meet state regulations.
A new entryway will soon be built in in Lexington in between North Jefferson Street and North Main Street to welcome those driving into town.
The renewable energy company leading the Rocky Forge Wind project is struggling to find a buyer for electricity it hopes to generate.
The state DOT project would widen a 12-mile stretch of I-64; some lanes would be toll-free.
The $11 million project will provide a platform in the city’s downtown area. Roanoke currently has no Amtrak passenger service.
The $80 million structure will allow cadets to train in any weather.
Buena Vista’s Sycamore and Beech avenues are getting a makeover, but some business owners aren’t too happy about the construction.
A tie vote of the Lexington Planning Commission sends Kendal expansion plans to the city council without a recommendation.