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Woods come down so new church can go up at South Boston site

What used to be a wooded area across from Carter Field around back of the old C.H. Friend Elementary School has been cleared to make way for South Boston’s newest…

EPA, river basin association seek input on ash spill

April public meetings slated in Danville, Henderson, N.C.

Triumphal entry


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Putts For Paws golf outing on April 25 raises money for new animal shelter

Friday, April 25 will be the perfect dog day afternoon — and morning — when golfers take to the links at Kinderton Country Club in Clarksville for the 11th annual…

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Fire halted at edge of data center

South Boston News
Firefighters battled the crackle of bamboo that exploded amid the heat of the blaze.
Leaf-burning spirals out of control; person responsible may be liable for damage after violating 4 p.m. ban

Long stretch of Tobacco Trail opens

South Boston News
With the April 22 opening of a ten-mile segment of the Tobacco Heritage Trail between the towns of Brodnax and Lawrenceville, the completed stretch of trail will grow to 22 miles.

Ideas fly for Mecklenburg County’s 250th birthday bash

The official kickoff will take place March 1, 2015. Kearns said he envisions a “large signature event involving businesses, schools, historic landmarks and museums. It is a really good way for the county to come together as a community.”

Employment picture brightens in February

The county showed an increase in the number of jobs: a gain of 55, bringing total employment in Mecklenburg County to 11,065 positions. The size of the civilian labor force remained steady, dropping by seven persons.

Chase City beefs up ordinance for derelict buildings

The ordinance defines a dilapidated building as any residential, rental or commercial structure that could contribute to the spread of disease or injury, creates a fire hazard, is liable to collapse, or lacks doors and windows, making it a target of squatters.

Woods come down so new church can go up at South Boston site

South Boston News
Clear-cutting at the lot owned by Abiding Branch Christian Ministries, located at the corner of Vaughan and Riely behind C.H. Friend Elementary.
What used to be a wooded area across from Carter Field around back of the old C.H. Friend Elementary School has been cleared to make way for South Boston’s newest church: Abiding Branch Christian Ministries, which plans to erect a brick sanctuary for a 300-person…

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