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Prizery has fairy tale characters as you’ve never seen them before

Nichols granted four more years as Mecklenburg County school superintendent

School Board extends contract, sets base salary of $125,800 after raise

Search goes on for missing N.C. man

Garner resident last seen Friday at Bracey motel

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Post 8 still undefeated after game cancelled


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Burgess RMA Business Person of Year

South Boston News
Jim Burgess was named the 2013 Business Person of the Year on Monday evening during the annual Retail Merchants banquet held at Four Oaks Restaurant. He was presented with the award by RMA President Mac Ragan.
Jim Burgess was named the 2013 Business Person of the Year on Monday evening during the annual Retail Merchants banquet held at Four Oaks Restaurant. He was presented with the award by RMA President Mac Ragan.

Carr makes cut, gets cut a paycheck

South Boston News
DaNiesha Carr, a Nathalie native and member of The Prizery Summer Theatre cast. (David Conner II photo)
Nathalie student becomes first local to earn spot with Prizery’s Summer Theatre cast of pros

Halifax County Trustees take back pay hikes for pair

School Board members say information on proposed raises was unclear; Marshall, Owens reject money, citing budget woes

The People’s Choice

South Boston News
AWARD WINNING TEAM AT STAUNTON RIVER STATE PARK — From left,Craig Seaver, district operations manager for Virginia State Parks; Adam Layman, acting park manager; Keith Morrison, Corey Rosche, Brent Shepherd, John Hatcher, Eric Glass, park rangers; Stephanie Allen, office manager, and Katie Snead, contact ranger.
Staunton River State Park earns No. 1 ranking statewide for customer satisfaction in 2012

Hospital drops a grade on safety survey

Halifax Regional scores a ‘D’ on latest Leapfrog Group report

Tree down

South Boston News
Reagan Cannon stands in front of a massive tree that was uprooted by a straight-line storm system that swept through the area Thursday afternoon. The tree fell at an almost-perfect angle to avoid damage to the Marshall Avenue residence of Hollis Humphreys Cannon, Reagan Cannon’s mother. Power companies reported widespread outages across the state as a result of the storm. (Tom McLaughlin photo)

Creek victim’s family receiving friends, donations

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