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Tuck Enterprises building on US 360 destroyed by fire

An early morning fire Thursday that totally destroyed the former Tuck Enterprise building on US 360 resulted in an estimated $500,000 loss.

Closing the gap

Using abandoned TV ‘white space,’ high-tech partners provide free educational broadband to 100 area homes – with many more to come

Choice of new Halifax County school chief set for tonight

Trustees meet at HCMS to name Herndon’s successor


Comets baseball advances in region tourney

Josh Barker delivered the game-winning walk off RBI single in the bottom of the 11th inning Friday night, and the Halifax County High School varsity baseball team advanced to Wednesday’s…





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

Mecklenburg Meals on Wheels program prepares for 9 percent budget hit

A local agency is anxiously eyeing the impact of federal budget sequester cuts on the Meals on Wheels program — which provides hot meals to a clientele of nearly 300 senior citizens in three counties, for some their only meal of the day.

Sequester likely freezes effort to control hydrilla

At Buggs Island Lake, Corps braces for impact of cuts

Jennings faces felony charge in elections case

South Boston News
Allegations appear to center around petitions submitted in 2011 supervisors race

Ex-DSS staffer accused of fraud

Wells arrested on 31 counts in probe of food stamp program

Look forward with hope, not bitterness

South Boston News
George Sizemore
When George Sizemore was born in 1919, many African-Americans in Southside Virginia suffered under the twin hardships of segregation and poverty. Yet to Sizemore, the son of a slave, the future marked a time of opportunity for black people in America.

Community urged to rise up to save MacCallum More

Participants at a community forum Tuesday night heard a stark warning from Chase City Mayor Eddie Bratton on the future of the beleaguered MacCallum More Museum and Gardens: “We are about to lose it.”

Clarksville Council rejects request for gunsmith business

On a 3-2 vote, Clarksville Town Council denied a permit for Greg Garrett to operate a gunsmith and firearm transfer business at his home at 102 Mansion Drive in Clarksville.

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