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South Boston council moves on funeral home request

Hearing slated to consider zoning change, expansion

Hicks resigns, successor pending

Mecklenburg school board opens nominations for seat

Trustees, public express different priorities for next Mecklenburg County superintendent

Respondents value openness, teamwork


South Boston American nails down state title

SBA downed Rustburg, 8-3, Wednesday at the Day Complex in South Boston. The SBA all-stars finished O-zone state play with a 5-1 record.





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Queen of the Barons

South Boston News
The 2011 Homecoming Queen at Bluestone High School, Sara Elizabeth Pittard, is crowned by Jucinda Long, the 2010 Homecoming Queen. Sara Elizabeth was escorted by her father, Andy Pittard, during halftime festivities at the Bluestone-Central of Lunenburg football game Friday night in Skipwith. (Julia Dressler photo)


South Boston News
Flanked by Secret Service agents and floating in on a cloud of rumors, the President of the United States stepped inside the classroom with scant advance notice to check out the award-winning robot that a group of Bluestone students put together. The question lingered: Would it work?

Chase City Chamber hosts annual banquet

The Chase City Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Awards Banquet on Thursday, Nov. 3, at the Mecklenburg Country Club in Chase City.

Mecklenburg-born judge named Grand Marshal for 35th Boydton Day

A Mecklenburg County native, Judge Charles W. Dortch Jr. has been selected to serve as Grand Marshal for the 35th annual Boydton Day on Saturday, October 29. Judge Dortch was born and raised in Mecklenburg County near the town of South Hill.

Hail to the Chief, rolling on by

South Boston News
The presidential motorcade pulls up to Bluestone High School mid-afternoon Tuesday.
President Barack Obama’s motto, at least when it comes to traveling by bus entourage, could be summed up in three words: Keep ‘em guessing.

Boydton awaits $1.5 mil tied up in Washington

Town awarded USDA funding for wasterwater fix, but first Congress must approve budget

Park View crowns Homecoming Queen

South Boston News
PVHS QUEEN — Melonise Jiggetts was named Homecoming Queen at Park View during halftime of the Dragons’ game with Southampton on Friday. Shown with Jiggetts is PVHS Principal Jeff Davis (left) and her escort, Willard Valentine. (Stacey Malone photo)

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