Briefs: P&H adds tennis program. Carilion seeks Huntington’s patients for survey. Dan River Region Black Chamber of Commerce forms.
Ceremonies begin Wednesday and run through Friday. Oldest graduate is 91; youngest is 15.
Virginia Tourism Corporation announces $2.7 million in grants to 259 tourism groups statewide.
From elsewhere: Republicans pick nominee for prosecutor in Wise/Norton. Government Mule coming to Roanoke. Finalists in Vinton business competition announced
Briefs: Virginia Western honors two. P&H announces registration for summer leadership camp. NRCC offers free computer help. W&L had podcasts with faculty.
RISE Collaborative, formed to promote entrepreneurship in southern Virginia, sponsored the competition.
Briefs: Ferrum College dedicates international center. VCEDA approves grant for St. Paul coffee shop. Wise County students plant trees on former coal mine.
From elsewhere: Highland County seeks remote workers. Food City expands into hardware business. Sweet Briar upgrades athletic facilities.
Among those added: The War & Treaty, Sierra Ferrell and Junior Brown, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Dustbowl Revival, and Jim Lauderdale.
The Valley Flyer along I-81 has returned to pre-pandemic levels. Ridership on Bristol route has doubled since launch in November.