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State parks, schools and others get ready for the Great Eclipse

Clarksville warehouse revival ready to take flight

Plan for hospital intersection hits snag


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Wild night leads to minor’s arrest, damage to center

Police chase back-to-back reports of disturbances

FINE WINES, GOOD TIMES

South Boston News
Hundreds of people flocked to Clarksville on Saturday for the seventh annual Lake Country Wine Festival. The event unfolded on a pleasant spring day, with 17 wineries offering a sampling of their products and music by the local duo of Jeff & Brian filling the air. Along with the wine, guests enjoyed cheeses, peanuts and delicacies served by local restaurants and food vendors. (Photo by Angela Blue)

Skipwith man dies in single-car crash

Former deputy indicted on juvenile rape charge

Grand jury finding follows November arrest

Jobless rate drops, so does number of jobs

The jobs picture in Mecklenburg County brightened somewhat in February after a dismal start to the year as unemployment dipped to 9.9 percent. The rate had been 10.7 percent in January.

Prom Week offers stark reminder to drive safely

South Boston News
Above, members of the Chase City Fire Department and Rescue Squad respond at Bluestone High School to a mock fatality — involving a student who was distracted either by texting or using a cell phone while driving.
Bluestone High School was the staging ground Monday for a make-believe horror — a fatal car crash, involving an imaginary 17-year-old, his 10-year-brother and an infant, the latter two ejected from the vehicle.

Making their case

South Boston News
Park View Student Council President Alyxandra Powers and Student Council member Clint Whitten address supervisors at the Monday board meeting in Boydton. (Susan Kyte photos)
Park View students take their complaints about Thornton to supervisors

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