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South Boston Council to consider procedure for firing manager

Adult ensemble helps tell story of ‘Four Little Girls’

Little Theatre show harkens back to Birmingham 1963

Teacher, trainer, friend

Firefighter Mike Tuck encouraged generations of EMS personnel to embrace public service

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Smoldering cigarette blamed in Clarksville-area house fire

South Boston News
A cigarette left in a can on the back porch is blamed in a fire that destroyed a one-story, Clarksville-area lakeside house at 714 Roanoke Drive on Friday afternoon.

Mecklenburg County schools press ahead with plan to outsource custodial work

Mecklenburg County school administrators are continuing to work on a plan to outsource the division’s custodial services to a private company in what they say would be a cost-saving move.

Two Bluestone students facing drug charges after police lockdown at school

Two Bluestone High School students face drug charges following Wednesday’s lock-down search by Mecklenburg County Sheriff deputies. Thomas Atkinson, age 18 of Skipwith, was charged with one misdemeanor count of drug possession.

Gupton defends company’s work at Clarksville Council meeting

Randy Gupton of Gupton Insulation Co. appeared before Clarksville Town Council last week to counter statements made by member Glenn Jurczyk at the February 7 Council workshop.

Clarksville Chamber adds administrative help

South Boston News
Joshua Glasscock
After six months of “doing it all,” Clarksville Lake Country Chamber Director Sheila Cuykendall has a new administrative assistant, Joshua Glasscock.

Rumbling for rebounds with Bluestone Robotics

South Boston News
Chase City Mayor Eddie Bratton looks over the 2012 version of Skrappy. (Contributed photo)
After six weeks of tinkering and testing, Skrappy 1413, version 2012, made his public debut in front of faculty, friends and family of the Bluestone High School FIRST Robotics Team.

Students get chance to shine at art show

South Boston News
School trustee Dora Garner enjoying the art fair.
High school students from Park View and Bluestone showcased their art at the first annual joint high school art fair.

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