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Bank of America to close Clarksville branch

Banking giant cites growth of online options amid exodus

Prison terms meted out for animal cruelty, abduction

Facilities steering panel backs single school complex

The final report of the Mecklenburg County school facilities committee endorses the construction of a single high school-middle school complex centrally located in the county. The call to build a…


Clarksville Babe Ruth all-stars finish strong

Team posts 3-2 record before bowing out of district tournament





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Police

Deputies respond to rash of thefts

Thefts once again kept Mecklenburg County Sheriff deputies busy.

Judges named in BBQ competition

Judges have been named for the Big Bad BBQ Battle in Boydton on Aug. 25 and the competition is heating up already. A wide variety of local chefs and dignitaries have agreed to judge the entries and award the $2,900 in prizes.

Bears in Merifield Acres - oh my!

South Boston News
A young black bear feasts on birdseed in Merifield after a morning swim. (Picture by David Hammer)
David Hammer retired to the Clarksville because he loved Buggs Island Lake, its fishing and wildlife. Little did he know that he would be sharing his retirement paradise with a black bear.

29th annual National Night Out to be held August 7

From 6-8 p.m. on Aug. 7, residents in neighborhoods throughout South Hill, Mecklenburg County, and across the nation are asked to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the evening outside with neighbors and police. South Hill will be hosting this year’s event at the Centennial Park.

Farmers Bakers Market to open soon

South Boston News
The Farmers Bakers Market in South Hill is fast becoming a reality.

Prison losses weigh on job scene

Minor uptick in unemployment
 tracks loss of positions at MCC

Still wild and wooly

South Boston News
Uppy’s No. 7 in Chase City after a storm last Tuesday ripped away the awning over its gas pumps.
The cleanup in Chase City is nearly complete after the town was buffeted by storms and high winds for three nights last week. During the Monday night meeting of Town Council, Mayor Eddie Bratton thanked public works crews and the police and fire departments for their quick response and hard work.

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