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Boydton Council choice raises hackles

Controversy over the process for filling a council vacancy, created when Betty Herbert resigned her post two years before the end of her term, had members of Boydton’s Town Council expressing anger and frustration.

Make it flow: Chase City has RRSA water

System must be run manually due to ongoing trouble with monitoring device

Halifax, Mecklenburg YMCAs plan to merge plans

After two years of shared governance, the Board of Directors of the South Boston/Halifax County YMCA and the Mecklenburg County YMCA is moving forward with the formal merger of Y branches in Chase City, Clarksville and South Boston.

Police hunt for man in alleged attack

Mecklenburg County deputies at press time were hunting for 64 year-old Scottie Maynard, the suspect in an attempted murder who was last seen near the 5800 block of Baskerville Road, driving a 1991 tan Dodge Caravan with North Carolina Handicap plates SXB9502.

Mull settles libel lawsuit against Enterprise

Timothy Ray Mull of Chase City, falsely identified as a felony crime suspect by the South Hill Enterprise in a March 2011 front page article, has settled his libel lawsuit against the newspaper publisher, former editor Nick Elmes, and former assistant editor Lisa Andrews just before the case was set to go to trial last week. Terms of the settlement are sealed from public view.

Summertime blues at the ballot box

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Local voters stayed away from the polls Tuesday as Virginia Republicans chose the party’s nominee for the U.S. Senate race in the fall. By 3:30 p.m., poll workers in Boydton (above) had only seen 17 voters. The race Tuesday involved four candidates seeking the GOP nod to run against Democratic Senate nominee, former Gov. Tim Kaine, on Nov. 6. Frontrunner George Allen, also a former governor who served in the U.S. Senate until he lost his seat to Democrat Jim Webb in 2006, won the county and state ballot easily last night. (Susan Kyte photo)

Chase City aims to raise Council pay

The Town of Chase City wants to raise the salaries of council members five-fold next year, an act that will require approval by the Virginia General Assembly.

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