Historic theater in Bristol is for sale. New health director named for Mount Rogers district. Asian ticks spread in Virginia, endangering cattle.
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Partnership provides free admission to Virginia Museum of Natural History for EBT cardholders. Dickenson County IDA receives $350,000 for recovery center project. Bridge maintenance projects planned along Blue Ridge Parkway.
From elsewhere: Railroads sue to block broadband bill sponsored by Head and Stanley. Pittsylvania in process of picking new registrar. Bristol Casino draws 1.2 million in its first year.
From elsewhere: Breakdown on budget leaves Virginians in lurch with uncertain economy. Valor Healthcare expands to provide additional services to veterans in Danville. Halifax County breaks ground for new high school.
17th annual Legal Food Frenzy raises more than $350,000 for food banks. UVA Wise professor wins early career research award. The Crooked Road announces songwriting contest.
From elsewhere: “Forever chemical” found in Smith Mountain Lake. Federal regulators give permission for Mountain Valley Pipeline to restart construction. Virginia on track to get rid of stillbirth certificate fee.
A roundup of events in Southwest and Southside over the next week.
From elsewhere: Virginia ABC inventory losses may be less certain than authority indicated. Norton studies enterprise zone options. Harmful algal blooms remain in Blackwater River arm of Smith Mountain Lake.
Carter Bank’s Van Dyke tapped to lead Virginia Bankers Association. Virginia mines recognized for 2022 safety. Mountain Gateway CC seeks nominations for Medallion of Merit Award.