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Project cost soars, leaving HCSA in hole

Borrowing may be necessary to finish system upgrade

Suspected driver in fatal Pittsylvania hit-and-run arrested

A Nathalie man and the suspected driver in a Aug. 27 fatal hit-and-run wreck in Pittsylvania County has been arrested by Virginia State Police after weeks of searching by authorities.

Feds close probe with no charges against South Boston police

The U.S. Justice Department has closed its review into the death of Linwood Lambert Jr., the Richmond man who died on May 4, 2013 after being tased by South Boston…

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MONUMENT TO THE ‘WRECKING CREW’

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Members of the 1991 state title Comet football team at Friday’s monument dedication at Tuck Dillard Stadium. (David Conner II photo)

Parsons-Bruce to close South Boston art gallery

Storefront will close its doors on Main Street on Dec. 17, return to core mission of classes, education, cultural experiences; New tenant expected to announce soon for its space Downtown

Southside Concerned Citizens changes name to We the People of Virginia

Southside Concerned Citizens, Inc., a 501-C3 corporation founded in 1982, has changed its name to We the People of Virginia, Inc., also a 501-C3 corporation.

Steinway Project reaches goal; selects piano

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Top, committee members who went to New York City to select the piano include, Mike Rowe, Frances Harrell, Mickey Thomas, Lucia Malon, Dr. Marie Ketchersid, Karen Schopen, Jim Luedtke, Diane Thomas, and Nancy and Victoria Rowe. Above, just before the trip to New York, members of The Steinway Committee gathered to thank ABB employees for their help in securing a $15,000 gift to the Steinway Fund from the ABB Foundation. The generous gift helped advance the fund toward its goal which was reached shortly afterward. From left, committee member Lucia Malon, ABB employees John Fulton and David Smith, Jim Luedtke, who made the Steinway display in the photo, and committee members Mike Rowe, Jayne Elliott, and Mickey Thomas.
Contributions to the Steinway Fund spiked this past fall following a generous gift from the ABB Foundation which put the fund at approximately 80 percent of its goal. Various members of the professional community then stepped in to bring it over the top. Once the funds were in hand, the committee planned a trip to Steinway & Sons in New York City to purchase the piano.

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