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Muzzled Mecklenburg trustees walk away

Sturdifen, Edwards protest School Board’s decision to drop board member comments

Parents sue to nix Thornton contract

Nine seek redress from circuit judge

Man enters plea in theft from family relief fund


Burton to fill in for Stewart again this weekend






Hattie Brown’s disappearance happened two years ago

Sunday marked the second anniversary of the disappearance of 48 year old Hattie Gertrude Brown who was last seen at the Sheetz service station in Riverdale with her nephew on May 16, 2009.

Halifax County ecology teams capture first place in annual competition

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Top, Halifax County High School took first in the high school portion of the annual VA-NC Ecology Meet at Occoneechee State Park Thursday. Middle, Halifax County Middle School was first among middle school teams. Above, Bluestone High School was second among high schools.
Ecology teams from both Halifax County High School and Halifax County Middle School took first places Thursday at the annual VA-NC Ecology Meet held at Occoneechee State Park.

Rose revises zoning bid for counseling office in South Boston

Jane Rose, who wants to turn the old South Boston Library into a home for her counseling service, will seek an alternative zoning.

SCSB executive director:  Hodges Street neighbors have a right to answers

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Don Burge
Don Burge, executive director of Southside Community Services Board, said that neighbors might be pleasantly surprised by a group home for the mentally disabled — but he added that it was always appropriate for a neighborhood to be apprised in advance of a home’s being situated in its midst.

Danville firm sees new use for
tobacco: biofuel

Imagine if area farmers could once again profitably grow tobacco and in far greater quantities than ever before.

Cicada college

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Left, Eric Day, Clyde Sorenson
Our story last week on the invasion of the Brood XIX cicadas received a warm response — but curious readers wanted to know even more. We posed those questions to two university experts. The orange-eyed Brood XIX bugs can be seen across the South from now until July. They’ve been underground for 13 years.

Halifax County deputies investigate heat pump tampering

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