Jade Bird, Fantastic Negrito and the Wood Brothers are among the new acts.
Acts include Sierra Hull, Chris Knight, Tim O’Brien, Dan Tyminski, Milk Carton Kids.
Briefs: Historical marker to be dedicated in Salem. Holocaust Museum exhibit now open at Virginia Tech. Roanoke County sets meetings on comprehensive plan.
From elsewhere: Fund-raising for Lacks statue underway in Roanoke. Good gets ‘pants on fire’ rating. Solar project and broadband for Mecklenburg. Kip Moore coming to Roanoke.
This will be Virginia’s first casino, with others on the way in Danville, Norfolk and Portsmouth.
Briefs: Emory & Henry honors two on Founders Day. Appalachian College of Pharmacy names commencement speaker. Author McCrumb to speak at University of Lynchburg.
From elsewhere: Youngkin pledges support for ag exports. Lynchburg sheriff collects nearly 500 pieces of body armor for Ukraine. Kaine pushes research into long covid.
The session will be both in person and virtual.
From elsewhere: Abingdon town council member dies. Farmville mayor won’t seek re-election. Boil water notice issued for large part of Wise County. Roanoke man to be ref for NCAA Final Four.
International Guitar Festival returns to Radford University. Famous physicist to present virtual talk at Virginia Tech. Forest Service to conduct prescribed burn in Wise.