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Bistro earns place on ‘Super Bowl of Virginia Blue Plate Legends’

Mecklenburg school board flips; 5-4 majority backs single countywide complex

A newly reprised, 5-4 majority on the Mecklenburg County School Board voted Tuesday night in favor of building a single consolidated school complex to replace Bluestone and Park View high…

Mecklenburg education panel meeting: Exercise in futility


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Nathalie man charged with first degree murder in Wednesday slaying

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Alton Beadles
A Nathalie man has been charged with first degree murder after a 44-year-old woman was fatally shot outside of an Epperson Trail residence on Wednesday night.

Edmunds explains support for controversial bills

With Republican lawmakers in Virginia coming under fire for being anti-woman, Del. James Edmunds issued a statement this week explaining his support for two bills that have drawn the most attention — one mandating ultrasounds for women seeking abortions, the other a “personhood” bill that defines life as beginning at conception.

Helping hand for Habitat

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Doug Bowman of the Tri-River Habitat for Humanity chapter on Friday afternoon presented a plaque of appreciation to Halifax County High School Principal Albert Randolph, thanking members of the Gentleman’s Club, the Spanish Club, JROTC cadets, and members of the National Honor Society and Helping Hands for Humanity for assisting at the annual “Great Pumpkin Patch” and helping to make the event an overwhelming success. Pumpkin Patch proceeds will help build the Habitat house which is currently under construction on College Street in South Boston. (David Conner II photo)

Peters is second; Burton eighth in truck race

Halifax County's Ward Burton finished eighth in Friday night's truck race in Daytona; Former South Boston Speedway track champion and Danville area driver Timothy Peters was second in the series opener.

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