From elsewhere: Workers at Christiansburg Target withdraw union petition. Roanoke superintendent urges parents to be more involved in schools. Lynchburg Republicans nominate council candidates.
Briefs: P&H recognizes three instructors. Construction starts on affordable housing in Abingdon. Blasting to begin at Lovers Leap road project.
From elsewhere: ndicted Buchanan County supervisor is arraigned. New superintendents named in Buckingham, Halifax. Covid cases rising again.
Briefs: Roanoke County to hold community meeting on U.S. 460. Roanoke County also wins three national awards. National Forest lists sites open far Southwest Virginia.
From elsewhere: Hard Rock debuts sportsapp book. Health department to retire four covid dashboards. Danville business owner wants arts and theater district.
The program interviewed Cardinal’s executive director and executive editor.
Briefs: P&H awarded grant to reach at-risk minority students. Danville CC recognizes nursing student. Campbell County awards grants to businesses.
Six businesses will get grants to open or expand in the downtown district.
From elsewhere: Landmark restaurant The Roanoker to close. Prince Edward enacts meals tax to pay for schools. Trail Days in Damascus may be biggest yet.
A special election is expected to be held in November.