It’s unclear how many wound up in Virginia but most of those resettled in the state were in Northern Virginia.
Appalachian College of Pharmacy seeks to add new doctorate program; more . . .
Briefs: VCEDA issues grant for tourism center in St. Paul. Retired opthamologist establishes medical scholarship. New River human resources program offered in February.
Allegiant adding non-stop flights between Roanoke and Nashville; more . . .
Ballad sets another record for covid hospitalizations. Cases on decline in Roanoke area. Congressional candidate discusses altercation at butterly sanctuary.
Carilion hospitals relax visitation rules
One visitor will now be allowed for most adult patients.
Floyd County center gets nearly $1 million in federal funding; more . . .
Briefs: Carilion Giles gets portable X-ray system. Virginia Tech student wins national award. Wytheville Community College presents play.
Youngkin talks vaccines in Abingdon; more . . .
From elsewhere: Tech, Radford lift vax mandates. Ballad patient count hits another high. South Boston Speedway lands prime time spot. John Kilgore Jr. passes away.
Armadillos now listed in book of Virginia mammals; more . . .
Briefs: Internship, scholarship available for students in Danville, Pittsylvania, Halifax. Liberty offers free tax assistance. Danville Community College offers 8-week classes.
Youngkin plan would cut police funding in small cities; more . . .
Elsewhere: Grayson sees first broadband customer. Newman wants state to pay off CVTC debt. Danville hospital nears capacity. Griffith challenger in showdown with butterfly scientist.
Top fund-raiser for Democratic nomination in 5th District drops out
Lewis Combs says he sees “no viable pathway” to victory in November. Bob Good is district’s Republican incumbent.
Polish orchestra to perform at Radford; more . . .
Briefs: Forest Service seeks public comment on fiber optic lines. VCEDA awards grant to Bluefield bakery.