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Rent cited as site’s downfall


After years of preparation and with help of seven area rescue squads, VCU-CMH completes ‘flawless’ transfer of patients to new facility Saturday

Hospital improves grade on safety evaluation


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South Boston Town Council meets tonight / November 13, 2017
South Boston Town Council will meet this evening beginning at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers on Yancey Street with one public hearing on the agenda.

The public hearing focuses on a request to close Estes Street and a portion of Oakes Avenue adjacent to Dominion Power’s facility on North Main Street. Following the hearing, Council is expected to appoint a Board of Viewers to make a recommendation on the requested closure.

In other business, representatives of the Virginia Municipal League are expected to update Council members on the VML’s upcoming legislative program.

The Town is also expected to pass a resolution seeking funding from VDOT’s 2018-19 revenue sharing program.

Also Mary Bagwell, owner of Southern Plenty, is expected to tell Council of her plans for expanding her menu to include more meats and desserts.

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