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Vending machines hit by vandals Tuesday

Womack receives suspended prison time on fraud charges

Earl Womack, former school deputy transportation director and member of the Halifax County Board of Supervisors, received a suspended 12 year prison sentence on felony fraud charges during an appearance…

Coming together to fight cancer


Peters takes Showdown win

Timothy Peters avoided a spinning Lee Pulliam on the final lap of the green-white-checkered finish to claim his first win in the charity race.





Mecklenburg > Clarksville

Clarksville Ruritans to sponsor forum for candidates

Candidates across Mecklenburg County this fall have been invited to participate in a political forum in Clarksville on Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. The forum, the third of its kind, is being sponsored by the Clarksville Ruritan Club and is a non-partisan event open to the public.

Mecklenburg’s jobless rate creeps above 10 percent

Mecklenburg County, like most Southside Virginia communities, saw unemployment rise once again in July after a dip in recent months.

South Hill honors firefighters in memory of 9/11

Local businesses will honor volunteer firefighters on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with a picnic and a moment of silence next Monday, Sept. 12 at 6 p.m. at Centennial Park in South Hill.

A+ Bus Program makes rides safe, enjoyable

The Mecklenburg County school division has kicked off a new program aimed at making elementary students’ bus rides more enjoyable, while decreasing the number of disciplinary referrals from bus drivers.

Corps closes boat ramps as lake levels falls

Lower than normal lake levels have prompted the staff at John H. Kerr Lake to close the main boat ramps at North Bend Park and Palmer Point.

HVAC equipment taken in Bracey, Clarksville

New Beginnings

On Aug. 18, a total of 76 New Beginnings students, teachers, coordinators, and administrators from Park View and Bluestone High Schools participated in Team Building Activities Day at Occoneechee State Park. These activities not only built positive relationships among students but among students and teachers and among teachers themselves.

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