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After Florida, frayed nerves at Bluestone

Friday incident raises question: What more can or should be done?

Student likely to face Class 6 felony charges

Schools stand to gain with new accreditation


Harris making contributions at Lynchburg





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Mecklenburg County gets clean bill of health, financially

It is a clean audit with no findings

Corps spells out impact of shoreline update on Kerr

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) held a series of public listening sessions this week in an attempt to alleviate concerns and stem the flow of misinformation surrounding their announcement of a moratorium on dock permits for the next several months.

Veterans raise funds for Memorial fence

Bluestone students sent home after boiler break

Bluestone High School on Tuesday experienced a broken burner assembly motor for the boiler that heats the main building and gym, resulting in students being sent home.

Chase City says farewell to Dr. Earle Moore

South Boston News
Friends and colleagues of Dr. Earle Moore and Janice Moore gathered this week at the Estes Center in Chase City to pay tribute to the couple. The Moores are relocating to Florida with the retirement of Moore, a physician and community leader for four decades in town. Speakers at the retirement event hailed his contributions to local medicine and to civic ventures such as the Estes Community Center, which he helped to establish. Moore (center) is flanked by the banquet speakers: from left, Halifax Regional Health System president Chris Lumsden, Dr. Randall Suslick (a colleague at Chase City Family Practice), Carol Thomas and Ken Morgan.
He and wife Janice are feted by friends, colleagues after four decades of service

Ruff ranks high on gift-taking list

Paris Air Show visit helped to attract new Henry County industry, contends senator

One suspect held in area burglaries

Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested one of two suspects sought in connection with a series of burglaries in Mecklenburg and Brunswick counties from May to June 2013. Arrested in Mebane, N.C. was the younger of the two men, 22-year-old Robert Ray Davis II.

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