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South Boston town manager resigns

South Boston Town Manager Timothy Wilson has resigned following a meeting of Town Council Monday night, without giving a reason for his abrupt departure only one year after he was…

Halifax mourns mayor’s passing

Gilbert ‘Dick’ Moore, town advocate and ‘genuinely caring person,’ dies at age 78

Aiding a nation’s recovery

Recent college graduate Elizabeth Leggett will spend upcoming year with Rwanda relief program

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South Hill Machine Pitch team takes the field


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Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

Sole competitive Mecklenburg School Board race unfolds in ED-8

EUROPE BOUND

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Regan Booths
Bluestone junior raises money for trip overseas with People To People program

Entries sought for South Hill Christmas Parade

It’s that time of year again! The holidays are approaching and plans are under way for the South Hill Chamber of Commerce-Peebles Department Store’s Annual Christmas Parade on Sunday, Dec. 4 starting at 2 p.m.

BGF revamps logo, prepares for future

Fiber maker employs 800, including many at South Hill plant

Winter fire safety tips

According to the U. S. Fire Administration more than one-third of Americans use fireplaces, wood stoves and other fuel-fired appliances as primary heat sources in their homes. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of the fire risks associated with these heating sources. In 2006, Virginia experienced 904 chimney or flue-related fires resulting in $163,106 in property losses.

STATELY – AND STATE OF THE ART

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The renovated Courthouse provides the backdrop for remarks by county supervisor Glenn Barbour; above, Circuit Judge Leslie Osborn and retired judges Charles McCormick III and William Wellons. (Susan Kyte photos)
Newly-renovated Mecklenburg County Courthouse sets a new standard, say the judges who will preside there

The skinny on Halloween…

There’ll be no lack of opportunity when it comes to trolling for candy this Halloween — communities around Mecklenburg County have established a variety of times, dates, activities and rules for the spookiest night of the year.

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