He says many have asked him to run again for mayor, which will be on the ballot in 2024.
From elsewhere: Roanoke mother says judge promised legal help in son’s murder case in exchange for sex. Hungry Mother State Park builds new mountain bike trail system. Danville council approves several more Airbnbs in city as permitted short-term rentals increase.
“Start-Up Slam” returns in Danville. Roanoke College names first director of marching and spirit bands. University of Lynchburg names new museum curator.
From elsewhere: Roanoke considers changing zoning ordinances to remove affordable housing barriers. VDOT sets hearing for Interstate 81 widening project in Roanoke Valley. Mecklenburg planners reject dual-use agrisolar projects.
A roundup of events in Southwest and Southside over the next week.
From elsewhere: Mountain Valley Pipeline protesters detained in Montgomery County. USDA proposes higher cap on coyote, fox take in Virginia. Invasive plants have spread all over Virginia; some groups say that needs to stop.
From elsewhere: Virginia ABC: Vodka is Virginia’s best-selling spirit. Smith Mountain Lake residents share discontent with Appalachian Power’s shoreline plan. Utility regulators suspend Dominion’s rules for connecting solar projects to grid.
Buchanan County chamber seeks Hall of Fame, volunteer award nominations. Youngkin announces state board appointments.
From elsewhere: Activists, candidates, parents call for LGBTQ+ support amid state elections. Virginia experiencing outbreak of disease that causes meningitis. Virginia Tech implementing clear bag policy ahead of season opener.
Candidate forums scheduled in Montgomery County. Roanoke announces accessory dwelling unit competition.