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Mecklenburg school administrator departs for Isle of Wight

Mecklenburg County assistant superintendent of schools Heather Tuck has resigned, following former superintendent James Thornton to Isle of Wight Schools.

Belk buyers stress desire to build on its traditions

Charlotte, N.C. retailer with local store – and historic South Boston ties – sells to private equity firm for $3 bill

Cancer Association moves to new Halifax office

Main Street location acquired with the help of late anonymous patient


Dragons still the Kings, by a whisker

Park View gridders lay claim to county bragging rights with late comeback to thwart Barons





Get ready for The Mud

South Boston News
Sloshy fun keeps alive dream of cancer-stricken Bluestone student

Witko rushed to hospital after struck by car while riding bicycle (UPDATE)

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Top, the car driven by Kelly Snyder is loaded onto a wrecker after she was extricated from the car. Middle, parts of Jim Witko's bicycle are seen near the site of the collision. Above, Jim Witko, left, and Kelly Snyder.
Dr. James Witko, a well-known physician in Halifax County, was seriously injured early Friday afternoon after being struck on his bicycle by a vehicle on Love Shop Road in Halifax. He and the driver of the vehicle, Kelly Snyder, a teacher at South Boston Elementary School, have both been airlifted for treatment. (Click headline for full story.)

Sure sign of Summer

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Enjoying relief from the heat are, from left, Dalton Thaxton of Cluster Springs, Isaiah Holt of South Boston and Alexis and Taylor Pritchett of Ringgold. Splashing in cool water might feel good as temperatures have soared into the mid-90s recently. The wading pool is in Isaiah's backyard; he and his mother, Mindy Holt, last week bid goodbye to his father, Allen Holt, who is being sent to Iraq with the National Guard. Mrs. Holt said they hope tokeep in touch by Skyping over the Internet.

Landfill partners ordered to pay $150,000 judgment to contractor

Shearin Construction, the Drakes Branch company that sued Halifax, Mecklenburg and Charlotte counties after it was dropped as contractor for the Butcher’s Creek regional landfill near Boydton, today won a judgment of $119,334.28, plus interest dating from April 25, 2007 at the conclusion of a three-day civil trial in Boydton.

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