Tom Garrett. Courtesy of Garrett for Delegate.
Tom Garrett. Courtesy of Garrett for Delegate.

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


Buchanan County Superviser Trey Adkins released on $5,000 bond following arrest on stalking charges. — WJHL-TV.

Roanoke city code amendment requires smoke alarms in rental property. — The Roanoke Times.

Former Rep. Tom Garrett of Buckingham County announces he will seek Republican nomination for House of Delegates; seat covers Appomattox, Buckingham, Cumberland counties and parts of Goochland and Louisa. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Virginia, presses Google on targeted ads related to abortion services. — WSET-TV.

Virginia inmate population expected to remain low. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.


Rookie’s cookie shop coming to Lynchburg’s River Ridge Mall. — WSLS-TV.

New food truck in Forest serves sweets. — WSET-TV.

Hostel opens in Marion. — Smyth County News & Messenger.


Classes at Lord Botetourt High School cancelled due to carbon monoxide leak. — The Roanoke Times.

Nottoway County School Board goes on record against electric buses. — Blackstone Courier-Record.

Salem band marches in Philadelphia Thanksgiving parade; James River senior in Macy’s parade. — WSLS-TV.

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Greensky Bluegrass to headline Rooster Walk music festival. — The Roanoke Times.

Tobacco Farm Life Museum of Virginia in South Hill closes permanently. — South Boston News & Record.


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