From elsewhere: Former RAM clinic still meeting health care needs. Bedford council signs off on land transfer for new hotel near D-Day Memorial. Abigail Spanberger tells Democrats she will run for governor.
Former Rep. Hurt joins health care data analytics company. Clean Valley Council hosts pollinator garden tours. Youngkin announces board appointments.
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From elsewhere: Youngkin administration criticizes falling ABC profits. VHSL to continue allowing transgender student-athletes to compete. Virginia State Police loses Black troopers even after diversity focus.
New River CC to offer EMT program in fall semester. Danville seeks designs for holiday ornament.
A roundup of events in Southwest and Southside over the next week.
From elsewhere: Danville leaders not worried about possible nearby casino in N.C. West Virginia governor joins lawmakers urging for Mountain Valley Pipeline completion. Ambitious new Roanoke in-river park to get public look.
From elsewhere: Harmful Smith Mountain Lake algal blooms wane, but swim advisory remains in Blackwater arm. Ceramic Tubular Products to relocate to Seneca Commerce Park in Campbell County. Richmond judge signs off on second casino vote.
Public invited to regional meetings for Blue Ridge Parkway plan. USDA announces $11 million in grants to Southwest Virginia health care projects. State hosts workshop about Alleghany Highlands’ caves and karst landscape.
From elsewhere: Dominion sees no refunds, no rate hike for 2024 and 2025. Pittsylvania County leaders prepare to launch middle school sports. West Virginia AG asks Supreme Court to uphold rule of law on Mountain Valley Pipeline project.