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Upbeat budget news could spell pay raises in school system

Setting an optimistic tone for this year’s school budget, Superintendent of Schools Merle Herndon said she hopes money will be available this year to provide teachers and support staff with…

Halifax County school discipline panel to begin work

South Boston council approves refinancing plan


Comets close strong for gritty win

Robert E. Lee-Springfield had been making trouble in the Region 5-A playoffs, and the pesky Lancers put Halifax County High School on its heels early Saturday night.





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New Clarksville Chamber director glad to be back in town

South Boston News
DeAnn Yager
DeAnn Yager is as surprised as anyone that she is the new executive director of the Clarksville Lake Country Chamber of Commerce.

Building supply store to open in Clarksville

Talbert Building Supply is coming to Clarksville, where it will soon open a retail store at the former True Value Hardware location on Highway 15 South.

Saturday storm knocks out power to thousands

Historic Boydton Renaissance, Tobacco Trail get grant money for promotion

The Town of Boydton will be better positioned to trumpet its 200th anniversary next year with the help of a $2,500 matching grant from the Virginia Tourism Corporation.

Three held for larceny

Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s officers have arrested Ryan D. Garner, Eddie Tyshone Boone, and Timothy Daniel Harris after a nine month investigation. The three were charged with larceny, stemming from the theft of four dirt bikes from a residence on Cannan Church Road in Lacrosse. According to Sheriff Fox, all four bikes, valued at nearly $11,000, were recovered.

VEC resumes office hours in South Hill

After a two-month hiatus, the Virginia Employment Commission is up and running on a part-time basis in South Hill, seeing more than 200 customers a month.

Boydton physician publishes first novel

Dr. Willoughby Hundley III, a Boydton native, published his first novel this spring. His book, M-81 Emerging Doctors, is a fictionalized story based on his experiences in medical school thirty years ago.

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