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With new school complex, officials want to add working farm

Mecklenburg trustees back supes’ call for outside firm to scout sites

After long discussion, School Board offers grudging support

Arson suspected in Tuesday morning fire in Clarksville


Comets’ season ends in regionals

The Comet boys’ varsity basketball team nearly rallied from a miserable start Monday night, before running out of late game momentum in a season-ending loss at Marshall in regional action.





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Southstone Behavioral treatment center clears first hurdle

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Camilla McCoy, left, clinical director and Amanda Moseley, CEO of Southstone Behavioral Healthcare Center.
Southstone Behavioral Healthcare Center is aiming to start operations in Halifax County by October, an early step towards establishing a treatment center for adolescent teens that eventually will employ up to 150 people at the former site of the Carlbrook School.

Hupps Mill gets new owner, new broker, but left with old questions

South Boston News
Ownership change brings renewed push for tenants at shopping center

Permit requests get thumbs up

South Boston Family Dollar store robbed at gunpoint

South Boston Police are seeking information on an armed assailant who robbed the Hupps Mill Plaza Family Dollar store at gunpoint Sunday night around 8 o’clock.

Intersection with history

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On a mild Saturday, historical re-enactors crossed the Dan River on a flat-bottomed boat much as General Nathanael Greene and troops did on Feb. 14, 1781 as they outwitted and outmaneuvered the pursuing British Army in Halifax County. The 2017 Crossing of the Dan commemoration — highlighted by speaker Dan McMichael, appearing in character as Gen. Greene — drew a large turnout with remarks and patriotic presentations at The Prizery in the morning, followed later by activities at the Crossing of the Dan site at the river’s edge. Presentations of wreaths were conducted by the Sons of the Revolution and Daughters of the American Revolution with the Guilford Courthouse Fifes and Drums, the Danville Composite Squadron Civil Air Patrol and spectators, local officials and guests adorned in Colonial-era garb on hand to enjoy the festivities.

Nathalie man sentenced to 25-year term

Judge adds 12 years for parole violation, doubling jail time sought with plea agreement for assault

Uptick in flu cases reported as season continues

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