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Reddish river runs through Seymour

Businesses and motorists along Seymour Avenue in South Boston received a surprise Thursday afternoon — a riverlet of brick-colored water that gushed up from a broken water main in the…

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Player, coach of the year

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Artist and teacher

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Artist Wyatt Ramsey unveiled 30 portraits of local residents yesterday at a public reception at The Prizery. Ramsey completed each of the protraits in two hour stints. The exhibit, sponsored by the Parsons-Bruce Art Association, will be on display at The Prizery for a month. Above, Ramsey is shown with his C.H. Friend Elementary School art teacher, Karen Bradley.
SoVaNow.com / January 13, 2014

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