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Caution urged for Prom Night

Emergency services chief resigns post

Four days, three fatal crashes

A Clarksville teen died Friday in Buffalo Junction wreck, the first of three deadly car crashes in Mecklenburg County in the past week.


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Saving a downtown institution

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Watkins Cooper Lyon Funeral Home of Clarksville and owners Mike and Jane Lyon
Michael and Jane Lyon, owners of Watkins Cooper Lyon Funeral Home in Clarksville and Cremation Society of Virginia, signed a letter of intent Friday to affiliate with Brooks, which has been in business in downtown South Boston since 1935. The name will change to Brooks Lyon Funeral Home of South Boston.

$1.3 million cut out of Halifax County schools budget

Bulk of reductions fall on instructional staff, LORP beneficiaries

Halifax County reaps refinancing windfall for STEM Center

Halifax County has received an unexpected windfall of $832,000 to spend on renovations to the Halifax STEM Center, slated to serve as home to the Alternative Education Program.


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Meadville second graders and their teacher, Kimberly Waller, show off their garden project. in May to members of the school board, school administration and Halifax Education Association.
Meadville students, staff earn statewide recognition for gardening creativity

Danville pair held after shots fired into home, auto

Police make arrests after suspects crash car into tree

Destination Downtown reaps special honor

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DHCD Deputy Director Lisa Atkinson presents Executive Director Tamyra Vest with a special award for Destination Downtown’s work to save the New Brick warehouse. From left: Tamyra Vest, Lisa Atkinson, and Patrick Reilly with Rehab Development, Inc.
South Boston group takes top Virginia award for saving New Brick

Credit Union stresses key role of financial literacy

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Board members of the Tri County Federal Credit Union and guests are, from left, Board Chairman William E. Coleman with South Boston Mayor Ed Owens and board members Morris Bryant and Mary Jane Collie along with guest speaker Jack Gravely and Credit Union President and CEO Rev. William J. Coleman. (SOMcL photo)

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