Sen. Warner praises expansion of the current PACE program

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Sen. Warner praises expansion of the current PACE program

Locally Kissito Heathcare has a PACE center in Roanoke County. Roanoke City passed on placing a large-scale PACE center and headquarters on the Countryside Golf Course property (owned by the city and targeted for closure). Countryside neighbors like new plan City passes on tennis champion Johan Kriek WASHINGTON – Yesterday evening, the House of Representatives […]

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Name change coming for Fork in the City

Friday, February 21, 2014

Name change coming for Fork in the City

NAME CHANGE COMING: Fork in the City to become Old Southwest Grill. UPDATE: February 21, 2014 – It is still in the works said Kissito Heathcare Inc. CEO Tom Clarke Friday. It is taking longer then he thought. The idea was hatched last spring (see May 10, 2013 article below). Though the Fork in the […]

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Kissito Healthcare, Inc. negotiating for Villa Heights Recreation Center

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Kissito Healthcare, Inc. negotiating for Villa Heights Recreation Center

Kissito Healthcare, Inc. purchased Hawthorne Towers in Roanoke County for $1.2 million. There are 144 units in need of repair. Only about 60 of the units are occupied he said. To avoid a conflict of interest Trinkle abstained from the council vote to approve the $12 million of bonds issued by the  Economic Development Authority […]

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Countryside neighbors like new plan

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Countryside neighbors like new plan

  CORRECTION: (see comment) Monday afternoon’s council meeting and new developments on Countryside met resistance. Promises broken by city staff. Accidentally I found out that a plan hidden from the neighborhood was tucked away in the Planning Department. Countless times I asked, other neighbors asked and Planning Commission members asked “has anyone shown any interest” […]

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