Briefs: Free lecture in Roanoke on brain-computer interface research. Salem Museum to host talk on wartime rail transport. Opera Roanoke performs. Wytheville Community College sets graduation.
The “Springsteen of the Southwest” play will the Harvesters Performance Center in October.
From elsewhere: Another delay and cost increase for Mountain Valley Pipeline. Roanoke Mayor says youth don’t fear consequences of crime. Interim president at Radford to lead Maryland university.
Briefs: P&H adds tennis program. Carilion seeks Huntington’s patients for survey. Dan River Region Black Chamber of Commerce forms.
Ceremonies begin Wednesday and run through Friday. Oldest graduate is 91; youngest is 15.
Virginia Tourism Corporation announces $2.7 million in grants to 259 tourism groups statewide.
From elsewhere: Republicans pick nominee for prosecutor in Wise/Norton. Government Mule coming to Roanoke. Finalists in Vinton business competition announced
Briefs: Virginia Western honors two. P&H announces registration for summer leadership camp. NRCC offers free computer help. W&L had podcasts with faculty.
RISE Collaborative, formed to promote entrepreneurship in southern Virginia, sponsored the competition.
Briefs: Ferrum College dedicates international center. VCEDA approves grant for St. Paul coffee shop. Wise County students plant trees on former coal mine.