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Lunenburg County sheriff searching for missing woman

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The Lunenburg County Sheriff's Office is looking for a woman that has been missing since June 28. Virginia Jackson Edmonds left her home driving a 1999 silver four-door Oldsmobile Alero, with the license plate number of xyr-2048. To date she hasn't been seen. Distinguishing marks include a surgery scar on upper chest. She was last seen wearing a members only style black jacket and black shoes.  Do not have a direction of travel or a specific location to search for her. If anyone has any information contact the Lunenburg County, Virginia Sheriff's Office at (434) 696-4452.

Search is on for bank robbery suspects

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One suspect is seen pointing a gun across the counter; at left, the robber who walked away carrying a backpack.
Federal authorities have joined area police in searching for two suspects who robbed the Bank of America branch in Clarksville at gunpoint Thursday afternoon.

Mecklenburg County Supes delay action on school request

Questions raised on energy savings after shortfall arises

Charlotte County woman dies in crash outside Clarksville

A Charlotte County woman died in a two-car crash outside of Clarksville Thursday night.

Unemployment rate back in double digits

Mecklenburg County jobless figure reaches 10 percent in May

Chase City 11-year-old wins Lakefest Idol competition

The winner of the 2013 Lakefest Idol competition is 11-year-old Destiny Townes of Chase City. She was selected from among 12 local finalists, plus one performer from Midlothian, in the competition’s championship round Saturday night at the Clarksville Fine Arts Center.

Pet cat impaled by arrow, juvenile may face charges

A local juvenile could face felony charges after allegedly shooting a neighborhood cat with his bow and arrow.

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