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News in Salem

31

Aug

2020

East Main Structure Fire at Mac and Bob's

The restaurant was not open at the time of the fire.

24

Aug

2020

Rob Light Named Assistant City Manager

Light graduated from Salem High School in 1989.

12

Aug

2020

Adam Rutledge Album Release Concert Announced

Rutledge will play the Salem Civic Center Dirve-In on September 18.

30

Jul

2020

Salem Half Marathon COVID-19 Update

Virtual race will now be offered, as well.

22

Jul

2020

Salem Receives Virginia Tourism Grant

Grant is for $10,000

16

Jul

2020

"Miles for Music" Virtual Race Set for September

Virtual Race to Benefit Non-Profits

10

Jul

2020

Social Services to Offer Financial Relief

Beginning July 13, the Roanoke County Department of Social Services will offer short term financial assistance made possible through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Residents of Roanoke County, Town of Vinton and City of Salem may apply to aid in paying expenses directly related to a loss of income from the COVID-19 pandemic.

9

Jul

2020

$500,000 COVID-19 Grant Program Established

Salem Economic Development Authority establishes $500,000 grant fund.

8

Jul

2020

Senior Center & Community Activities Return July 13

The partial restart will begin on Monday, July 13.

1

Jul

2020

Turk and Wallace Make Salem History

Renée Ferris Turk was voted Salem's first female mayor by her peers on July 1, 2020.

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