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Tattoo parlor permit tops South Boston council agenda

Halifax County High School placed on lockdown after social media threat surfaces

Shortly before noon on Friday, the South Boston Police Department was notified about the possible existence of a social media video indicating a student at Halifax County High School was…

Speakers unload on supes: ‘You should listen’

Frustrations boil over as Halifax County courthouse renovation draws nearer

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Suslick is Chase City’s Citizen of the Year

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Dr. Randy Suslick, right, was honored as Chase City’s Citizen of the Year. Making the presentation is emcee Greg Thrift. (Susan Kyte photo)
The Chase City Chamber of Commerce honored several of the town’s leading citizens at the organization’s annual Awards Banquet at the Mecklenburg Country Club on Thursday. Among the honorees is Dr. Randal Suslick, who joined the ranks of Chase City’s Citizens of the Year.

Demolition of Chase City’s Leggett building delayed

The demolition of the old Leggett building in Chase City, at the corner of Main and Second Streets, is still on hold while the town awaits instructions from the Virginia Department of Transportation on how traffic should be rerouted during the demolition process.

Clarksville observance draws crowd to veterans memorial

The Mecklenburg County Veterans Memorial Committee observed Veterans Day in Clarksville by honoring local men and woman who have fought and continue to fight for our country and our freedoms. Clarksville’s living veterans were honored Monday morning at the annual Veterans Day ceremony sponsored by the Mecklenburg County Veterans Memorial Committee.

Clarksville pressed to make sewer line repairs

The Town of Clarksville has been pressed into making emergency repairs to sewer lines on North Fourth Street, explained Town Manager Jeff Jones during an operational update to members of Clarksville Town Council last week.

Lack of school info delays audit

A routine audit of Mecklenburg County's finances is on hold for the moment as officials await information from the school division — documents that are due by the end of November, prompting concern among some county supervisors.

‘For love of country, just something I did’

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Mott Waddell
Mott Waddell, D-Day veteran, looks back

Five injured in Clarksville crash

A two-car crash in Clarksville Saturday night resulted in a family of five being transported to Halifax Regional Hospital with serious injuries.

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