Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside:
Judge dismisses suit brought by tenants about water cut-off at Montgomery County trailer park. — The Roanoke Times. (See background stories: “Mobile home park residents in Montgomery County sue new owner over water shutoff” and “A hedge fund-linked company bought a trailer park. Many residents were told to pay hundreds or be evicted.“)
Lynchburg area delegates give their perspective on upcoming General Assembly session. — Lynchburg News and Advance.
State Sen. Travis Hackworth, R-Tazewell County, says he supports life at conception bill and drone regulation. — WVVA-TV.
What will Rep. Bob Good’s opposition to Speaker Kevin McCarthy mean? — Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Central Virginia Community College receives funding to support student parents. — Lynchburg News and Advance.
Council High School in Buchanan County suffered burst water pipes over Christmas Eve freeze; students moved to elementary/middle school. — WCYB-TV. Of note: Other schools suffered similar damage — in Alleghany County, Highland County and Lynchburg.
Roanoke Valley hospitals and college work to remedy nursing shortage. — The Roanoke Times. (See background story: “National nursing shortage highlights challenges of expanding nursing programs.“)
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Police investigate arrival of more homeless people in Martinsville. — Martinsville Bulletin.
Lyric Theatre in St. Paul officially re-opens. — WCYB-TV.
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