Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Virginia. Some content may be behind a metered paywall:
Bristol City Council approves $10 million closure bid on old 1990s landfill. — Bristol Herald Courier (paywall).
State revenues up, but business tax refunds still cloud forecast. — Richmond Times-Dispatch (paywall).
Former Speaker Filler-Corn to run for Congress, not governor. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Halfway through unwinding, 15% of Virginia Medicaid enrollees have lost coverage. — Virginia Mercury.
Few school divisions have submitted plans for Youngkin’s tutoring initiative. — Richmond Times-Dispatch (paywall).
Broadband construction in Patrick County to begin in February. — Martinsville Bulletin (paywall).
Roanoke Gun Violence Prevention Commission responds to council’s membership queries. — The Roanoke Times (paywall).
Crimean family escapes Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to discover a warm welcome in Halifax County. — The (Halifax) Gazette-Virginian.
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