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Storm delivers sucker punch

Deaths in Charlotte County, damage around Mecklenburg as floods, high winds wreak havoc winds

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Long wait ahead for repairs to U.S. 58

South Boston News
A still-swollen creek that runs under U.S. 58 at the Halifax-Pittsylvania county line has kept VDOT from fully assessing the damage to the highway from Tropical Storm Michael, but repairs are likely to take up to two months — and possibly more.

Making pancakes for a better downtown

South Boston News
Tuesday Women’s Club and South Boston Rotary Club members show off their sign advertising the 36th Pancake Day on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at Halifax Country Club. From left, Scottie Felton, Mary Ellen Hupp, Larry Davis, Robert Bates, Jim Halasz, Jane Newkirk and Jo Wimbish, Wanda Smith, Archie Bohanon, Emily Powell, Mark Estes, Wayne Fuller, Janet Collins and Charles Anderson. Proceeds from the event will be used to fund improvements to Main Street in downtown South Boston. (SOMcL photo)

Claiborne’s license suspended for two years

State Bar disciplines lawyer, county supervisor after run-in with judge

Michael’s late crop toll puts damper on season

Trustees urged to approve facilities plan; Nov. 8 meeting set

Storm delivers sucker punch

South Boston News
Clarksville’s most iconic building weathered years of neglect but could not withstand the winds and rain wrought by Hurricane Michael as it blew through the area Thursday night. In the midst of the storm, the front wall of the building came crashing down onto Virginia Avenue. Luckily no one was injured in the collapse. The warehouse, which was the oldest continuously existing tobacco warehouse in the world, and which was on the verge of being rehabbed and repurposed, was reduced to a pile of rubble.
Deaths in Charlotte County, damage around Mecklenburg as floods, high winds wreak havoc winds

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