12/02/16 - 11:33 am
A $25 million federal lawsuit against the South Boston Police Department and the town arising from the May 2013 death of a Richmond construction worker in local police custody has been settled.
News & Record
Localities in parts of Virginia that could be affected by a planned uranium mine in Pittsylvania County will be asked to contribute money toward the fight.
Four months after Town Manager Kim Callis first discussed outsourcing South Hill’s trash collection services, Waste Industries, Inc., a private hauler, has begun collection and disposal of curbside solid waste for South Hill residents.
Rotarian Rachel Wright and kin were on hand Thursday night to pay tribute to the family matriarch, Myrtle “Meme” Manning, a polio survivor. With all the big announcements coming from Rotary International about the progress being made to eradicate the disease, Club President Judy Jacquelin decided to devote the usual business meeting night to talking about the positive impact of the Rotary PolioPlus campaign. The Wright and Manning families also made a donation to the cause during the meeting. Pictured are John Manning, Club President Judy Jacquelin, Rachel Wright holding Kate Wright, Myrtle Manning and Alan Wright. Other family members also attended but are not pictured. (Lisa Clary photo)
02/01/12 - 7:38 am
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