Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside (or ones reporting on stories from the region):
From quiet Falwell acolyte to Marjorie Taylor Greene ally; A freshman lawmaker’s political evolution (Rep. Bob Good, R-Campbell County). — The Washington Post.
State water control board to decide Tuesday whether to grant stream-crossing permit for Mountain Valley Pipeline. — The Roanoke Times.
In Richmond, civil rights leader rallies crowd against pipeline. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Reports of Republican poll watchers and others disrupting and harassing Lynchburg poll workers on Election Day have prompted discussion on electoral board. — Lynchburg News & Advance.
Officials address local push to remove books from Bedford County school libraries. — Lynchburg New & Advance.
Radford and Radford University Carilion students graduate together for the first time. — WDBJ-TV.
Averett University hosts inaugural family nurse practitioner pinning ceremony. — Danville Register & Bee.
Averett University graduates 135 in winter graduation. — Danville Register & Bee
Regional fire and EMS departments deal with staffing shortage, recruitment issues. — Lynchburg News & Advance.
Buckingham County group opposes gold mining in the county. — Farmville Herald.
Abingdon forms arts committee. — Bristol Herald Courier.