From elsewhere: Dominion’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure program has zero sign-ups. Historic 611 steam locomotive replaced for weekend trips. Charlottesville’s statue of Robert E. Lee melted.
Mirta Martin has been at the school since January.
From elsewhere: Youngkin, Republicans rally voters in Christiansburg. Lane Stadium student section expanding next year. Charlotte County schools cut down on absences.
A roundup of events in Southwest and Southside over the next week.
From elsewhere: Actors’ strike puts Virginia Film Festival spotlight on other disciplines. Coyote problem returns for Prince Edward, rest of region. Private Christian school to open in Botetourt County’s former Colonial Elementary.
Broke Mountain Bluegrass, Yarn, more announced for 2024 Rooster Walk. Virginia Tech researcher wins $9 million Defense Department award for wireless research.
From elsewhere: Montgomery County board OK’s changes for large development west of Blacksburg. Kings Dominion will drop year-round schedule. Lynchburg parents file lawsuit against school board over elementary school closures.
Application for NRV scholarships now available online. Chamber hosts candidate forums in Buena Vista and Lexington. Lynchburg seeks public input on plans for King bridge.
From elsewhere: 20-unit Botetourt County apartment complex sells for $2 million. Richmond casino opponent wins lawsuit over voter registration lists. Farmville Restaurant Week launches for first time, with 5 eateries.
From elsewhere: September Virginia housing market slowest in over a decade. Rep. Bob Good and Rep. Matt Gaetz speak out on electing the next speaker of the House. Randolph College relaunches a $23 million project to renovate science building.