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SVHEC receives tobacco grant to boost nursing ed training

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Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

Mecklenburg County supes propose to raise taxes, shrink budget by $2 million

2 cent real estate hike would raise teacher pay

Prison plans nearly knocked off track

Amendment to saddle Mecklenburg County with extra costs fails in Assembly

Work on gas pipeline expected in 2014

Natural gas company to add capacity for Brunswick plant

Left to right are Boydton Mayor Gerald Wrenn, Councilman Ronnie Worley, Betty Herbert, Councilman Jo

Chase City Council unveiled its budget for 2012-2013, and agreed to hold a public hearing on June 4 at 5:30 p.m.

Herbert marks last meeting in Boydton

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From left, Boydton Mayor Gerald Wrenn, Councilman Ronnie Worley, Betty Herbert, Councilman Johnny Kirkland, and Coucilman Bill Coleman.
Mainstay of the town is moving to Richmond area

Kids to Parks Day Saturday at Occoneechee State Park

Promoted by the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, Kids to Parks Day was created in hopes of getting children, teens, and parents involved in fun, outdoor activities. To participate, Occoneechee has planned a day filled with FREE activities!

$3 million down, $1 million to go

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CMH’s Capital Campaign Cabinet share the amount raised to date, $3,109,802, for the Surgery Center & Radiation Therapy Suite fundraising project. From left, Scott Burnette, CMH president and CEO; Jack and Charlotte Roberts, co-chairmen of the Lead Gifts Division; Mickey and Beth Smith, co-chairmen  of the Public Division; Norm Talley, chairmen of the CMH Auxiliary Division; Lee Nicholson, chairman of the Speakers Bureau Division; Sarah and Jerry Roberts, co-chairmen of the Major Gifts Division and Sheri Sparkman, chairman of the Public Relations Division. Not pictured, Beth Farrar, chairman of the Business and Industry Division.
With $3 million raised so far, Community Memorial Healthcenter needs $1 million more to qualify for $2 million challenge gift by Rick Hendrick.

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