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After Fox Run fire, questions

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Home incarceration given in embezzlement


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Clarksville Fourth of July parade

South Boston News
Clarksville celebrated the Fourth of July Wednesday with its annual Fourth of July parade.

Ground broken on new Radiation Therapy Center

South Boston News
Breaking ground for the Solari Radiation Therapy Center, at CMH Cancer and Specialty Care Center, are Gordin D. Ginder, M.D. Director of Massey, John Duvall CEO of Massey, Bill Solari, Wayne Parrish CMH Board member, Sylvia Solari, Scott Burnette CMH CEO and Tzann Fang Medical Director of the Massey Cancer Center. (Lisa Clary Photo)
Community Memorial Health Center (CMH) on Monday marked the beginning of its partnership with Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center (Massey) by breaking ground on its new Solari Radiation Therapy Center, named in honor of Bill and Sylvia Solari who donated $1 million for the facility.

Wind storm bypasses Mecklenburg County

There was little damage and power outage in Mecklenburg County which was light compared to rest of the state after weekend hurricane-like storms wreaked havoc from Indiana to Virginia. At the height of the storm Dominion Virginia Power (Dominion) reported over 900,000 customers were without power.

Priceless Samurai shattered in Saturday’s wind storm

South Boston News
A 17th century bronze statue was knocked from its base and scattered by the high weekend winds.
Winds toppled a priceless statue at MacCallum More Museum and Garden Saturday night.

Meherrin River Regional Jail opens

South Boston News
Superintendent Crystal Willett and members of the Meherrin River Regional Jail Authority cut the ribbon for the official opening of the facility. From left are, Mecklenburg Sheriff Bobby Hawkins, Mecklenburg Administrator Wayne Carter, Dinwiddie Superintendent William D. Chavis, Dinwiddie Administrator W. Kevin Massengill, Jail Superintendent Crystal Willett, Brunswick County Sheriff and Authority Chairman Brian Roberts, Brunswick Administrator Charlotte Woolridge, Brunswick Superintendent Bernard Jones Jr., Dinwiddie Sheriff D.T. “Duck” Adams, and Mecklenburg Superintendent “Dan” Tanner.
This is the culmination of “so many great things,” Brunswick Sheriff Brian Roberts said as he cut the ribbon to the new Meherrin River Regional Jail Wednesday, June 27. Among the great things Roberts was referring to are 120 new jobs in Southside Virginia, in addition to maintaining positions for 69 existing employees from three county jails, and a building project that came in on time and under budget — a feat he credits to the construction team led by general contractor English Construction Company of Lynchburg.

Willett named regional jail superintendent

South Boston News
Crystal Willett
As her first official act after being named Superintendent, Crystal Willett took to the podium to welcome dignitaries and guests to the “grand opening” of the Meherrin Regional Jail. “It is truly an honor to celebrate this with all of you today and think about what the future holds for it tomorrow.”

Three killed in I-85 crash

A single car crash on I-85 near Alberta resulted in three deaths Sunday morning. The accident happened on northbound Interstate 85 at mile marker 24 in Brunswick County.

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