From elsewhere: Chronic wasting disease found in Floyd County deer. Halifax County to borrow $110 million for new school. New chamber president named for Danville Pittsylvania County.
Sue Ott Rowlands has been provost and vice president at Northern Kentucky and a dean at Virginia Tech.
Briefs: Fralin research is Tech’s first NIH outstanding investigator. Carilion hospitals to relax visitation rules today. Tech professor receives grant to study Lyme disease.
From elsewhere: Senate panel votes down Catawba Hospital study. Sunday hunting on public lands gets OK. Pulaski County has new welding lab for students.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin had called on Norfolk and Roanoke to cut their Sister City ties with Russian cities.
The famed blues rock band will perform at The Harvester.
Briefs: Lime Kiln announces staff, board changes. Griffith to hold service academy day in Wytheville. VCEDA awards grant to business in Lebanon. Roanoke College adds advisors.
Burns are set in Amherst, Augusta, Bedford, Botetourt, Craig, Giles, Montgomery, Pulaski and Wise counties.
From elsewhere: Deeds pushes for more mental health workers. Martinsville reversion referendum bill passes. Indoor farm shows off facility in Danville. Interview with Bristol casino manager.
This will be company’s first location outside its base in Chicago.