Beth Macy. Courtesy of Macy.

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


Bedford County library says it never took down Pride Month display but did move it after complaints. — WSLS-TV.

Attorney General Jason Miyares to visit Lynchburg to discuss vandalism at Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center. — WSET-TV.


Patrick County on target for universal broadband by 2024. — Martinsville Bulletin

Food City partners with Door Dash for on-demand grocery delivery. — Bristol Herald Courier and WCYB-TV.

Big Spring Mill in Elliston to close after 172 years. — WDBJ-TV and WSLS-TV.

Woman wins $45,166 jackpot on slot machine at new Bristol Casino. — WCYB-TV and WJHL-TV.


Roanoke County to build new career and technical education school. — The Roanoke Times.

Montgomery County school voucher debate continues. — The Roanoke Times.

Danville looking to fill dozens of teacher vacancies. — Danville Register and Bee.

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New addiction treatment center opens in Martinsville. — WDBJ-TV.

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Beth Macy’s “Dopesick” receives 14 Emmy nominations. — The Roanoke Times. (Disclosure: Macy is a member of our journalism advisory committee but committee members have no say in news decisions).