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


Roanoke could elect three openly gay men to City Council, most in Virginia. — Roanoke Rambler.

Gov. Glenn Youngkin to speak to Nebraska Republicans. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Del. Marie March, R-Floyd County, describe robo-calling Speaker Gilbert’s district to build pressure for her legislation. — Virginia Scope.

Roanoke City Council approves 17.5% car tax rebate. — The Roanoke Times.

Randolph College professor to run as independent for one of the at-large seats on Lynchburg City Council. — Lynchburg News and Advance.

Patrick Court Circuit Court clerk charged with DWI. — Martinsville Bulletin.

Pittsylvania County board to conduct national search for administrator. — Chatham Star Tribune.

Prince Edward County supervisor resigns. — Farmville Herald.


Montgomery County landowners lose legal fight over pipeline’s eminent domain power. — The Roanoke Times.

Worker killed in Giles County was part of crew shutting down limestone mine. — The Roanoke Times.

The former Virginia Intermont College in Bristol sits in disrepair. — WCYB-TV.

Big Stone Gap obtains funding to develop camp sites at Big Cherry reservoir. — WCYB-TV.