Roanoke County to hold community meeting on U.S. 460 land use plan. Drive-through flu shots in Dublin on Oct. 4.
Youngkin aims to unify Republican Party nationally. Patrick County approves solar ordinance. Appalchian Power to raise rates.
Education briefs: Students selected for Roanoke’s first undergraduate biomedical research cohort. Researcher will speak Thursday at Tech science lecture series.
It is one of eight new markers approved statewide.
They will be Sept. 30 at Blue Ridge Music Center near Galax and Oct. 1 at the Peaks of Otter.
From elsewhere: Two former elections officials sue Nottoway County over dismissal. Southwest Virginia Community College announces new medical program. Salem breaks ground on Moyer Sports Complex renovation.
The district is one of nine sites statewide named to the list.
Bridgewater Marina raises money for Make-A-Wish. Appalachian Peace Education Center marks anniversary.
Gold mining meeting set for today. Downtown Roanoke fire station reopens as a business. Radford enrollment down, Tech to hit 30,000 goal.
Virginia Museum of Natural History gets funding for festivals. Roanoke store to read banned books. VCT names managing director. Bike ride in Bedford will affect traffic.