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Chamber chief talks with local leaders

With a new school, it’s time to develop a new vision, Nichols tells trustees

Mecklenburg grand jury issues indictments Monday


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Abbott perfects pitching recipe

The basic ingredients behind successful pitchers include this mix: keeping a positive attitude, without getting too high or low emotionally; staying healthy, learning how to really pitch, rather than being…

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State Parks get gubernatorial boost – and new splash area

South Boston News
Gov. Terry McAuliffe with State Parks and DCR representatives at Staunton River State Park on Monday. (Photo courtesy Virginia State Parks staff)
McAuliffe completes tour of all 37 State Parks, capped by $1.1 million Occoneechee kickoff

Blood drive coming

South Boston News
The public is invited to the second American Red Cross blood donation drive at Italian Delight Monday, June 18. The blood drive will be held from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at Italian Delight at the Halifax Square Shopping Center, 3031 Halifax Road in South Boston. Every presenting donor will receive an eight-inch sub, fries and a drink compliments of Italian Delight. All presenting donors in June are entered into a weekly drawing for a $500 gas card. Giveaways include Pepsi T-shirts or hats and donors may register for prizes, including Italian Delight gift cards. There was a terrific turnout in January 2012, when about 45 donors gave blood. For more information about the American Red Cross, visit their website, RedCrossBlood.org. Donors may go to the website and make an appointment to save a life today. Here, Italian Delight owner Viny Sarnataro helps spread the word about the blood drive.


South Boston mulls 7 open spots on Town boards

South Boston Town Council takes up seven board appointments at tonight’s meeting, plus grapples with the state-mandated Virginia Retirement System fund contribution.

Velda premieres tonight

South Boston News
Gates open at at 6 p.m., tonight and Saturday for the Halifax County Little Theatre's free production of Velda at Constitution Square, allowing audiences plenty of time to claim a good spot in the grass, socialize and have some refreshment before Velda appears on stage at 8:30 p.m. Adult beverages, soft drinks, pizza and snacks will be on sale for the evening. The weather is expected to be cool, but dry.
Downtown South Boston’s Constitution Square will be host this weekend to more than one murder, but Halifax County Little Theatre has Velda, the ex-burlesque girl turned detective who has all the curves and knows all the angles, on the case.

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