Both bands will play at the Blue Ridge Music Center on August 27.
Special prosecutor probes electoral board controversy in Nottoway; more . . .
From elsewhere: Farmville Innovation Hub gets funding for construction. Pulaski planners approve 142-acre solar farm. Nottoway School Board backs Weekday Religious Education.
Virginia Tech sets record for donations; more . . .
Education briefs: Danville defense program gradutes 35 in third cohort. New River CC announces new courses. Pamplin’s associate dean to retire. Virginia Tech has new interactive map.
South Boston bootcamp for new businesses accepting applications; more . . .
Webb named to lead Roanoke Youth Symphony Orchestra. VCEDA awards grant to Big Stone Gap clinic for hippotherapy.
Bristol Casino could generate $602,000 a year for participating localities; more . . .
From elsewhere: Former Pocahontas High School sold to resort. Lynchburg schools still have 35 teacher vacancies. Two Roanoke council candidates fined.
Slocan Ramblers to perform near Galax
Nobody’s Business will open the show at the Blue Ridge Music Center on August 20.
Mountain Gateway holds training course for Black-owned businesses
The program gives business training for entrepreneurs.
Food City raises more than $153,000 for Buchanan flood relief; more . . .
From elsewhere: Hearing set for large-scale solar project in Halifax County. Iconic Marion building demolished. Part of Poor Mountain to remain undeveloped.
WVTF Radio IQ wins national award
The station is licensed to the Virginia Tech Foundation.
Danville event will focus on the future of advanced manufacturing
Jay Timmons of the National Association of Manufacturers will headline the Cardinal News Speaker Series event Sept. 12.