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VCU Health CMH celebrates ‘Topping Out’ of new facility

Final steel beam placed atop hospital structure; construction on target to end in late 2017

With child’s death, many questions still unresolved

More charges weighed for driver in fatal crash, who has been jailed after prior DUI charge

Halifax County courthouse critics score lack of input, building plan

Witt: Supes acted in the public’s best interests; ‘this is not a preservation project, it’s a renovation design’

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Tales from flyover country

It’s always great fun whenever The New York Times or some other bigfoot media operation sends a reporter down from the big city to check out life in the local…

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Clover News for Aug. 25, 2016

Bethany Baptist Church revival set

South Boston News
Dr. Doug G. Willet

Lake Country Kids hold mini Lakefest

South Boston News
LAKE COUNTRY KIDS CELEBRATE MINI LAKEFEST 2010 - The members of the Lake Country Kids Third Summer Session on July 21, celebrated their own mini-LakeFest Extravaganza with a balloon launch, puppet shows, and science experiments. Parents and guests were invited to view the activities and join in an ice cream social at the conclusion of the day. Parents who are interested in having their children attend any of the next three summer sessions are encouraged to call the Clarksville Enrichment Complex at 434-372-5259.(Greg Carkhuff Photo)

Kathy’s Column for July 29, 2010

Bluestone Marching Barons present awards

South Boston News
Eric Grendahl and Jerome Barnett were honored recently for earning all-district band honors with the Bluestone High School Marching Barons.(Contributed)

Woodview employees receive scholarships

South Boston News
Shonea Chappell, LPN, and Shannon Richardson, CNA, have been awarded Regirer Nursing Scholarships to further their nursing education. They are two of only twenty-nine recipients in the Commonwealth. From left, Deloris Suit, director of nursing; Chappell; Richardson and Connie Zamora, administrator/director of long term care services.
Shonea Chappell, a Licensed Practical Nurse and Shannon Richardson, a CNA, both employed by The Woodview, have been named recipients of $1,500 scholarships from the Commonwealth Long Term Care Foundation’s Regirer Nurse Scholarship Program.

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