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With a friend’s death, a family grows

As she fought a valiant but ultimately unsuccessful battle with cancer, 39-year-old Beth Laitkep was able to rest easy knowing her children were going to be well taken care of…

South Boston man dies in Brunswick County accident

William Scott Adams, 33, of Old Cluster Springs Road was the driver of a 1997 Jeep Cherokee that was traveling eastbound on U.S. 58 when the mishap occurred, at approximately…

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Taylor earns 2016 Principal’s Award at HCHS program

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TOP TEACHER

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Top, Diana S. Watts, center, was named Division Teacher of the Year on Thursday night. She received her award from School Board Chair Karen Hopkins as Superintendent of Schools Paul Stapleton joined in. Above, Chosen from their respective schools as Teacher of the Year were (seated): Diana M. Baisch of Clays Mill Elementary; Stephanie L. Watts of Cluster Springs Elementary; Sarah K. Reaves of Halifax County High School; Kimberly F. Bosiger of Halifax County Middle School and Laura C. Larkins of Meadville and standing with Superintendent of Schools Paul Stapleton, Kay F. Duffer of Scottsburg Elementary; Cynthia F. Cassada of Sinai Elementary, Virginia B. Aherron of South Boston Elementary; Diana S. Watts of the Early Learning Centers and Sandra M. Cash of Sydnor Jennings Elementary with Board Chair Karen Hopkins. (SOMcL photo)

Capital murder defendant in court on motions

Lawyers bicker over James Lloyd Terry, accused of murdering elderly woman

Arrest made in fatal crash

Richmond Police have arrested a man in connection with that fatal crash last week that killed Halifax County native Delvin “D.I.P.” Edmonds, a rapper, author and father.

Public hearing on South Boston budget set tonight

Taxes, fees unchanged, budget drops by 1 percent

3 ways to sign up for Kids Kollege classes

Robust rebound after tornado

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Secretary of Natural Resources Doug Domenech, left, talks with Park Manager Josh Ellington near the site, once heavily wooded, where the April 2011 tornado demolished the contact station. The storm hit the park head-on, cutting a path more than a mile long. No one was injured, and Ellington was credited with heroism for his efforts to alert park visitors.
State secretary congratulates Staunton River State Park staff

Staunton River State Park gets intern

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Staunton River State Park snagged one of only five interns in a state program that puts college students in a three-summer program to introduce them to careers as park rangers.

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