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Nathalie teenager killed in Saturday wreck

SUV operated by 18-year-old runs off Route 40, strikes ditch

Swim team parents seek new pool – but wonder if YMCA is place for it

A group of swim team parents who say they have backing to build a new aquatic center in South Boston first want to shore up the local YMCA — starting…

Sparkling day for a festival

Crowd estimated at 10,000 turns out on a fine fall day


Chargers light up Bluestone, 55-14

Bluestone falls to 1-4 after playing through toughest part of schedule





History told on the highway

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Members of various classes from West End High School were at the unveiling of the new WEHS highway marker on Highway 49 this Saturday. The site was chosen because nearby is the site of the second West End High School building, now known as Bluestone Middle School.
Marker commemorates proud legacy of West End High School

Snow falls on South Boston Christmas Parade

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A light snowfall that began early Saturday afternoon continued to fall throughout the 2010 South Boston Christmas parade. The parade was dedicated to the memory of forester Alex Williamson and Santa arrived riding in a Forestry Department vehicle. The streets were jammed, with many huddled under blankets, to enjoy the parade. (David Conner II photos)

Halifax holds second Children’s Christmas Parade

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The Town of Halifax held its second Children's Christmas Parade Friday night, with children, and their decorated wagons, marching down Main Street to the Farmer's Market. Led by Santa Claus the brightly colored wagons helped usher in the Christmas season to Halifax. After the parade, the town's Christmas tree was lit and the children's wagon decorating skills were judged. Santa also took some time off from his busy schedule to listen to special gift requests from the children. (David Conner II photo)

Halifax Regional Hospital plans dental clinic for poor kids

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Dr. William Carr, assisted by Lanetta Torian, inspects the teeth of patient Robert Cooper of Nathalie. Carr is one of only two Halifax County dentists who take Medicaid, which in Virginia applies only to children under age 21.
Only two dentists in all of Halifax County accept Medicaid. Of them, one isn’t taking new patients and the other has a waiting list. Forty-four percent of the population is eligible for assistance. On top of that, this county, and three of its four neighbors, are defined as “shortage areas” for dentists.

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