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Halifax man convicted of five felony charges

Elizabeth Leggett makes adjustment to field research work in African country

Pedestrian suffers minor injuries after being struck on US 58


Bluestone, Park View meet as hoops play begins

Varsity boys, girls teams convene in South Hill as cross-county rivals square off





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Government

Candidates start to file for upcoming town elections

Deadline to enter is March 6

South Hill transitions to private garbage service

Four months after Town Manager Kim Callis first discussed outsourcing South Hill’s trash collection services, Waste Industries, Inc., a private hauler, has begun collection and disposal of curbside solid waste for South Hill residents.

Boydton’s birthday party: bell ringing and candle burning

South Boston News

Fiery crash closes portion of Interstate 85

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
Firefighters respond to the crash that has closed a portion of I-85 near Alberta. (Photos courtesy Derek Hazelwood)
A fuel leak on a tractor-trailer caught up in an accident caused a fire that damaged portions of the interstate and forced its closing through Thursday night.

Ruff, Wright battle Sunday hunting

Rural reps want to preserve one-day hunting hiatus

Mecklenburg County school year could shrink by 14 days

South Boston News
Members of the Mecklenburg County School Board were recognized by division staff in advance of Virginia School Board Month in February. Members are, from left, Dora Garner, Dale Sturdifen, Thomas C. Bullock, Robert B. Puryear, Joan Wagstaff, Debra Smiley, Sandra Tanner and Glenn Edwards. (Absent: Mary R. Hicks). (Susan Kyte photo)
Trustees ponder revised calendar, early opening

Clarksville Town Council gets look at library plan

South Boston News
Clarksville Town Council got its first glimpse of the proposed Clarksville Area Public Library expansion, awarded a contract to Clarksville Tire & Service for the police fleet maintenance and agreed to allow the Fire Department to install a training facility on Clarksville’s former landfill site.

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