Softball game postponed, holiday travel and more news happening today

Here’s a glimpse at some of the stories we’ll be next today as they make headlines across Southwest Virginia:

  • All of the Virginia Office of Wildlife Means hatcheries will open up to the public once more currently. They’ve been closed considering that early last year thanks to the pandemic. They remained operational and ready to meet up with fish creation and stocking targets. DWR operates nine fish hatcheries across the Commonwealth.

  • VDOT is building vacation weekend vacation a little easier. Most lane closures and get the job done zones will be suspended at midday currently on interstates and main highways. You’ll see them return at noon on Tuesday.

  • The Guns and Hoses Charity Softball Video game has been postponed to Friday, Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. because of to severe temperature.

  • Lynchburg Parks and Recreation will host a celebration of Older Individuals Thirty day period. There will be are living entertainment, speakers and refreshments. It begins at 2 p.m. at the Miller Centre Theater.

  • A male billed with a 2020 murder will be back again in court today for a revocation listening to. Joshua Salters pleaded no contest in May perhaps to taking pictures a gentleman on Gayle Avenue in Northwest Roanoke. He was sentenced to 12 a long time in jail. Court docket information show he fully commited the criminal offense whilst on probation for a next-degree murder case from 2007.

  • Virginia Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears is scheduled to be the keynote speaker nowadays at a women’s luncheon at the Nationwide Rifle Association’s yearly conference in Houston. On Wednesday, the Democratic Social gathering of Virginia called on Sears to withdraw from the event next the capturing in Uvalde, Texas.