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Raab named South Boston finance director

Water plant garners CDC quality award

Fired McDonald’s workers bring lawsuit against fast-food giant

McDonald’s workers who were fired last year in South Boston and Clarksville have filed suit in federal court against the fast-food giant, alleging a widespread pattern of racial and sexual…


Comet swimmers claim district titles





Bill introduced to end Board impasse – in November

Del. Edmunds: Stalemate among county supervisors ‘is hurting us with economic development’

Easley waves extradition

Jeffery Easley has waived his extradition and was to have arrived in Virginia last night from San Francisco to face kidnapping charges. Easley is accused of abducting Brittany Mae Smith, 12, who was missing for a week. He is a suspect in the slaying of the child’s mother, Tina Louise Dyer Smith, who was found dead in her Roanoke-area home Dec. 6.

Celebration marks start of healing

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Christy Watts of Turbeville, left, and Lisa Ann Wallace of Halifax hold the box that will be stationed at the Sunday afternoon welcome-home celebration for Brittany Smith. Well-wishers may toss in monetary donations for the family, or they may toss in letters and cards.
When Christy Watts and Lisa Wallace originally set Sunday’s service at Constitution Square, they didn’t know it would be for a celebration, but they’re powerfully glad it is.

Memorial service set for Smith

Welcome-home celebration set for 12 year old Brittany

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