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California CEO outlines plans to buy, convert Camp Staunton Meadows

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Bidders shy away from making offer on Hupps Mill Plaza

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Ankur Brahmbhatt reviews paperwork for bidding on Hupps Mill Plaza as Andrew Hirsch, representing the law firm that served as substitute trustee, standing at left.

With a required opening bid of $2.5 million, no buyers stepped up to purchase Hupps Mill Plaza at auction Friday afternoon, leaving the shopping center in the hands of the bank that holds the default note on the 23-acre property.

New generation takes the lead

South Boston News
2012 LAKE COUNTRY YOUNG PROFESSIONALS BOARD OF DIRECTORS — From left: Larry Crenshaw, Owner, Comfort Zone Sports Bar, Board Secretary; McKinley Perkinson, Community Memorial Healthcenter, Public Relations and Marketing Manager; Baretta Taylor, Group Sales and Marketing Director, South Hill Enterprise; Steve High, Owner, High and Associates; Amanda Crickenberger; Mike Sullivan, Chief Executive manager, KenHill Investments, Board Vice President; Joe Jackson, Branch Manager, Springleaf Financial Services; John Davis, City Executive, BB&T South Hill; Ryan Bartholomew, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones, Board Treasurer; Holly Blackwell, Branch Manager & Mortgage Specialist, CCB South Hill; Chris Hardee, Business Partner and General Manager, Hardee Ford, Board President; Derek Hazelwood, Owner of Hazelwood Insurance Agency and Co-Owner of Picasso’s Salon; and Vincent Brown, Associate Professor of Technology at Southside Virginia Community College.

Mecklenburg County grand jury indicts man on attempted murder charge

Last Tuesday a Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments against 12 suspects for various crimes including attempted murder, kidnapping, assault and battery and malicious maiming.

Region avoids tuberculosis occurrences

Mecklenburg and Halifax counties continue to do their part to bring down the rate of tuberculosis in Virginia.

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