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09/26/16 - 7:15 am
Borrowing may be necessary to finish system upgrade
09/25/16 - 1:37 pm
A Nathalie man and the suspected driver in a Aug. 27 fatal hit-and-run wreck in Pittsylvania County has been arrested by Virginia State Police after weeks of searching by authorities.
09/22/16 - 5:15 pm
The U.S. Justice Department has closed its review into the death of Linwood Lambert Jr., the Richmond man who died on May 4, 2013 after being tased by South Boston…
09/26/16 - 7:14 am
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College gets temporary reprieve, will reverse prior decision to halt fall campus activities
09/05/12 - 6:57 am Mecklenburg
Colgate, family members win ruling that could lead to break-up of Buckingham kyanite operation
Clarksville town offices, including the police and maintenance departments, have a new look —organized and clutter-free, thanks to the efforts of town employees.
The Clarksville Police Department is no longer set to move into the 75-year-old brick building that until recently housed the YMCA. Instead, Clarksville Town Council, in a split vote, approved plans to purchase the modular facility that currently houses Benchmark Community Bank on South College Street for use as the department’s new home. The move is subject to approval of a sales contract with the bank.
The Town of Clarksville has a new welcome sign erected near the CVS drug store on U.S. 58.
Farmers Day in South Hill, coming up Saturday, Sept. 29, will feature 22-plus antique tractors in the tractor parade.
The 36th annual Boydton Day celebration, sponsored by the Boydton Ruritan Club, is one of the longest running events in the region. Plans for this year’s celebration on Saturday, Oct. 27 are well under way. As part of the town’s Bicentennial Celebration, Boydton Day will include food, music, a gasless parade and an appearance by the CW 150 traveling exhibition.
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