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South Hill veterans benefits office slated to close

Rent cited as site’s downfall


After years of preparation and with help of seven area rescue squads, VCU-CMH completes ‘flawless’ transfer of patients to new facility Saturday

Hospital improves grade on safety evaluation


Comets focus on Xs and Os





Mecklenburg > South Hill

Parks at risk as Corps braces for shutdown

With Congress on the verge of shutting down the federal government, many in Southside Virginians, like the rest of the country, will spend this week trying to ignore the sniping in Washington, D.C.

Ready to take the wheel

South Boston News

3 year old Bryce DeJarnette, of Bracey, test drives a 4-wheeler with his cousin, 5 year old Addison Tharpe of Clarksville at the wheel. The children attended the 2013 Sportsmen’s Expo For Life, held Saturday in Red Oak. The event, a mix of evangelism and the great outdoors, drew a huge crowd with nationally known speakers Lee McBride and Kirk Thomas and outdoors exhibits, door prizes and vendors. For more scenes from the Expo, see page C7. (Susan Kyte photo)

Mecklenburg County Trustees press supes on next step for facilities

The newly formed education committee — a joint panel made up of members of the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors and School Board — spent its initial meeting yesterday discussing ways to shore up aging county school buildings.

Ann Dalton Day declared

South Boston News
Clarksville Town Council has designated Nov. 18, as Ann Dalton Day - the day which is the kickoff for National Education Week. Presenting the plaque is Council member and teacher Chris Clarke
Ann Dalton, principal of Clarksville Elementary School, is being recognized for her dedication and commitment to the community with a special day in her honor. To mark the kickoff of National Education Week, Clarksville Town Council has declared Nov. 18, as Ann Dalton Day in town.

Firefighters stand out in regional competition

South Hill grabs top honor

Indictments expected soon in Clarksville bank robbery

A grand jury is expected to issue indictments next month against three suspects in the Bank of America robbery in Clarksville, Police First Sgt. Bobby Boring told members of Clarksville Town Council during their September meeting.

Mecklenburg County schools slide on SOL test results

The performance by Mecklenburg County students on end-of-course SOL tests worsened virtually across the board last year, with scores dropping in all but a handful of subject areas.

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