The Bulletin

Possible youth curfew in Lynchburg and more Va. headlines

By: - May 23, 2023 12:03 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• A flaw in Virginia ABC’s ostensibly random lottery system for rare bottles of bourbon led to some entrants winning multiple bottles, despite astronomical odds against that outcome occurring naturally.—Washington Post

• Roanoke officials are trying to figure out how to keep the neon lights lit up on the Mill Mountain Star.—Roanoke Times

• Lynchburg officials are considering a youth curfew in response to an uptick in violence.—News & Advance

• “The first small modular reactor commissioned by the Defense Department could roll off the assembly line of a Virginia-based factory in just two years.”—Bloomberg

• The art world is trying to solve the mystery of how a statue called “Wounded Indian” that once belonged to the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ended up in a Norfolk museum after it was thought to be destroyed in the 1950s.—Washington Post

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