Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside:
Pride Month book display taken down after complaints at Forest library in Bedford County. — WSET-TV.
Roanoke’s Gun Violence Commission responds to complaints about the grants it awarded. — The Roanoke Times.
Danville adopts regulations for urban agriculture. — Chatham Star Tribune.
Roanoke registar files police report; says campaign signs vandalized and passing drivers have harrassed staff and would-be voters. — Roanoke Rambler.
The late Bob Slaughter of Roanoke, D-Day veteran who led push for National D-Day Memorial, is awarded Congressional Gold Medal. — WDBJ-TV.
Tyson Foods names new manager of Danville plant. — Danville Register and Bee.
Mecklenburg County’s first Juneteenth celebration to recognize Black-owned businesses. — The Mecklenburg Sun.
Distillery destroyed in fire. — Farmville Herald.
Grayson County group objects to aerial spraying of tree farms. — Galax Gazette.
Strip mine request under study. — Norton Coalfield Progress.
Horse and buggy accidents are increasing as Amish population increases; cites cases in Buckingham, Cumberland and Pittsylvania counties. — Virginia Mercury.