Briefs: Roanoke County names county administrator. VCEDA approves grant for business in Clintwood. Griffith announces service academy nominations.
New maps drawn by court experts would put incumbents in the same districts in at least three Senate districts, two House districts and one congressional district.
Briefs: Lumos expands fiber network Bedford, Lynchburg, elsewhere. Griffith introduces fentanyl bill.
FEMA had earlier turned down assistance for the Buchanan County community.
Almost three months after a storm brought devastating flooding and mudslides to the Buchanan County community of Hurley, residents and volunteers continue their slow recovery – and wait for help from FEMA that might never come.
Briefs: Griffith criticizes infrastructure bill; Bristol brewer markets Appalachian grains; Tech plans innovation campus announcement.
Officials welcome the legislation, but say the state is already on a fast track to universal coverage by 2024.
The Fightin’ Ninth has limited ways to expand, so which way will it be?