Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside:


Bristol, Tenn. sues Bristol, Virginia over stinky landfill. — WJHL-TV.

Lynchburg City Council advances measure to raise pay for part-time and hourly workers. — Lynchburg News and Advance.

Norfolk planners OK temporary casino. Developer could get license July 20; would take six months to get up and running, which would make Norfolk the second casino in the state, following Hard Rock Casino in Bristol, which is slated to open a temporary facility July 8. — Virignia Business.

Franklin County names new director of tourism and marketing. — Franklin News Post.

Housing remains big concern for Bath County planners. — The Recorder.

Patrick County creates new position — coordinator of recreation/tourism. — The Enterprise.

Roanoke sets gun buyback event. — WDBJ-TV.


New bear at Beale’s brewery in Bedford mocks Putin, raises money for Ukraine. — Lynchburg News and Advance.


Architects propose non-traditional design for new Halifax high school. — South Boston News & Record.

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