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Scottsburg woman dies in Route 360 collision

A Scottsburg woman died Monday night after her vehicle was struck by a pickup truck as she was pulling out of her driveway onto Route 360 (James D. Hagood Highway)…

Growing pains aired at hemp industry summit

Regulatory uncertainty feeds sense of frustration

Mecklenburg schools health insurance costs soar

Difficult decisions lie ahead as trustees adjust budget for premiums

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Comets battle back to beat Glass, 62-61

Varsity boys clinch return trip to Class 4 state tournament, get ready to play GW for no. 1 seed, region title

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Crash kills woman, injures three

South Boston News
Both vehicles involved in the Monday night crash on Route 360 near Scottsburg were totaled. EMS personnel worked through the nighttime rain to secure the crash scene.
Pickup truck on Route 360 plows into couple’s Ford sedan as it enters highway

Carjacking suspect found inside crashed stolen vehicle

South Boston News
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Gunpoint theft at Hupps Mill Plaza early Wednesday

Halifax County trustees aim for teacher, staff pay hikes of 3 percent or more

Halifax County school teachers are in line to receive roughly a 3.5 percent raise and school support staff also could see pay hikes of 4 percent or more in the coming year — provided school officials can find the money to fill a million-dollar gap in a preliminary School Board draft budget.

South Boston funds work at fire station, changes food truck payments

Working for downtown South Boston’s transformation

South Boston News
From left, first row, Matt Wagner, vice president of Revitalization Programs, National Main Street, Mary Bagwell, owner of Southern Plenty Café and Gene Haugh of Destination Downtown South Boston. Second row, Tamyra Vest, DDSB executive director, Lisa Francisco and Cindy Overby of Factory Street Brewing Company, Kisha Jackson of KJ’s Cake Creations and Lin Hite of Longwood Small Business Development. Not pictured, Rebecca Rowe of the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, Jessica Hartness of Virginia Main Street and South Boston Town Manager Tom Raab.

Clover solar farm up again for permit

Rodgers Chapel Road site receives planners’ okay; county eyes revenue with proposed tax reform

Sisters escape as fire razes brick home

South Boston News
Both taken to ER for possible smoke inhalation; Ridge Street dwelling is total loss

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