Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside:
On split vote, Roanoke County supervisors approve rezoning for unnamed grocery store. — The Roanoke Times.
Proposed development in Montgomery County is tabled. — The Roanoke Times.
Bids sought for design of Danville’s White Mill pedestrian bridge. — Danville Register and Bee.
Former Northam chief of staff to lead D.C.-area regional planning group. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Halifax County planners set to vote Tuesday on proposed meat processing and solar projects. — Halifax Gazette-Virginian and South Boston News & Record. (See background story on the growing demand for meat processors.)
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, D-Virginia, reacts to FTC settlement with Fornite over “dark patterns.” — WSET-TV.
Foster Fuels acquires Candler Oil; both are family-owned companies — Lynchburg News and Advance.
Virginia expands fire ant quarantine zone to include Charlotte, Dinwiddie, Halifax, Lunenburg, and Sussex counties. — South Boston News & Record. (See full release by Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.)
Central Virginia Community College awarded grant to support student parents. — WSET-TV.
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Concept for Henrietta Lacks statue in Roanoke is unveiled. — The Roanoke Times and WDBJ-TV and WSLS-TV. (Background stories: Money also being raised for a Henrietta Lacks statue in South Boston. Also: Why both Roanoke and South Boston are unusual in planning to put up statues to Lacks.)
Also: Myatt is interviewed on the Cardinal News Update — Blue Ridge PBS.