Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside:
Immigration detention center in Farmville was built to hold 700 but holds only 11; activists want it shut down. — Charlottesville Tomorrow.
Southwest Virginia residents tell VDOT that Coalfields Expressway is key to economic growth. — Bristol Herald Courier.
Youngkin tells college presidents to hire faculty with “diverse political perspectives.” — Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Bedford County approves $19 million broadband contract. — WSET-TV.
Confusion marks search for new Pittsylvania County administrator. — Chatham Star-Tribune.
New Halifax County school superintendent to be introduced Monday. — South Boston News & Record.
South Boston tax increase draws no public comment. — South Boston News & Record.
Patrick County economic development leader excited by hospital plans. — WDBJ-TV. (Background stories: New owner of shuttered Patrick County hospital connected to legal controversy in Chicago; New healthcare provider to take over closed Patrick County hospital.)
Smith Mountain Lake movie theater discusses reopening. — WDBJ-TV.
Gabe’s store opening in Lynchburg. — WSET-TV.
Major upgrades coming to Abingdon Cinemall. — WCYB-TV.
Blue Ridge Area Food Bank sees demand rising. — Lynchburg News & Advance.
Staunton River State Park cabins get upgrades. — South Boston News & Record.