Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside:
Rep. Bob Good, R-Campbell County, has big fund-raising advantage in GOP nomination contest. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Nottoway County’s new registrar says he welcomes attorney general’s investigation of the office. — Blackstone Courier Record.
Blackstone town council to conduct “workplace culture” audit. — Blackstone Courier-Record .
Roanoke gun violence commission seeks gun locks for school families. — The Roanoke Times and WDBJ-TV.
Roanoke Valley Republicans stay mum on abortion while Democrats warn of rollbacks. — The Roanoke Rambler.
Revenue surge speeds up school projects in Mecklenburg County. — The Mecklenburg Sun.
Settlement notice filed in “Jane Doe” suit against Liberty University that alleged school hid rapes, punished survivors. — Lynchburg News and Advance and WDBJ-TV and WSLS-TV and WSET-TV.
Liberty could face serious fines in federal investigation. – WSET-TV.
Parent company of Roanoke Gas records $29.6 impairment on Mountain Valley Pipeline. — The Roanoke Times.
Workers at Target store in Christiansburg file papers to form union. — Associated Press and WDBJ-TV.
Three groups announce they will sue coal companies owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice over cleanup failures at Wise County mines. — Virginia Mercury.
Carlos Brazilian International Cusine restuarant in Roanoke County to close after 32 years. — WDBJ-TV.
High speed internet expands in Lynchburg. — WSET-TV.
Bristol casino to hold more hiring events. — WCYB-TV and WJHL-TV.
Blues Traveler postpones Thursday show in Roanoke due to illness. — WSLS-TV.
49 Winchester to hold album release party in Bristol on Friday. — Kingsport Times-News.