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South Boston urged to lend support for homeless shelter

Clarksville: One school for all

Town offers recommendation in facilities debate, takes aim at blighted properties

Puckett back as La Crosse principal; staff added

Bluestone Middle gains guidance counselor; Hodges moves up to become special education director


Post 8 swept by Montgomery in double-header





Mecklenburg > Clarksville

Attempted murder suspect turns himself in to sheriff

A man wanted for attempted murder and assault and battery turned himself in to the Mecklenburg Sheriff’s Department on Monday after a three-week search.

Saint Paul’s mulls next move after accreditation denied

Lawrenceville college faces uphill challenge with appeal

Grant funds water line improvements in Clarksville

Clarksville has been awarded a partial grant from the Virginia Department of Health for improvements to the town’s public water distribution system, Interim Town Manager Charles Lee announced this week.

YMCA invites public to free tour

The YMCA of South Boston/Halifax County, the Mecklenburg YMCA, and the South Hill YMCA invite the community this summer to stop by and take a free tour of the YMCA and learn about the many membership opportunities and programs and facilities that support youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.

Clarksville invites Veterans to ride in holiday parade

Organizers continue to receive event entries for what promises to be a patriotic and enjoyable Fourth of July Parade to be held in Clarksville on Wednesday, July 4, at 11 a.m.

South Hill gets the gets Fourth festivities going Tuesday

South Hill will celebrate the 4th of July holiday by having a blast the night before — with fireworks, music by the Redneck Pool Party, food, patriotic observances, and lots more fun as the annual Picnic in the Park event returns on Tuesday, July 3 at Parker Park.

Tobacco trail segments coming together

Virginia’s Tobacco Heritage Trail, years in the making, is steadily coming together in southern Virginia.

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