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The Invaders return to South Hill to rock the town

The Invaders will return for a 50th reunion show on Saturday, June 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Centennial Park Amphitheater in South Hill. The event is free admission…

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


Comets survive to play another day

Barker’s single in 11th inning sends Halifax to regional semis





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Mecklenburg County jobless rate back over nine percent; CMH sets minor staff cuts

Mecklenburg County’s unemployment rate rose two-tenths of a percent in December, increasing to 9.1 percent from 8.9 percent in November, according to figures released Thursday by the Virginia Employment Commission.

Microsoft expanding in Mecklenburg

The company will build two additional facilities on its data center campus to increase capacity to serve its growing customer base. The project will create 30 new jobs. Microsoft’s original project in 2010 involved an investment of up to $499 million and 50 new jobs. In 2011 the company invested an additional $150 million to expand the site. As part of its commitment to carbon neutrality, Microsoft is offsetting the gross carbon emissions from this data center by purchasing an equivalent amount of renewable energy credits.

Annexation foes get chance to speak out

South Boston News
Attorney James Cornwell and Interim Clarksville town manager Charles Lee make a presentation to the Commission on Local Government. (Susan Kyte photo)
Residents, businesses say deal between Clarksville, Mecklenburg County provides little benefit

Woman dies in collison with flatbed on Rt. 15

South Boston News
Route 15 was strewn with debris following Tuesday’s deadly accident.
State Police say vehicle crossed centerline of road

Fire, EMS reps make case to restore funds

Legislature asked to give back to budgets

New home dedicated for Clarksville police

South Boston News
Clarksville Mayor Kevin Allgood, interim town manager Charles Lee and Police Chief Ricky Wilkinson on Thursday cut the ribbon at the dedication and opening of Clarksville’s new police station. The building is the first upgrade the Clarksville Police Department has experienced with their facilities in more than 27 years. Wilkinson thanked Lee for spearheading the drive to get a new home for Clarksville’s Police Department — one that has the technological capabilities needed by a modern police force. He also thanked the town for their support of his Department and the men who serve.

A County Divided

South Boston News
Under a Republican election map introduced Monday in the General Assembly, Mecklenburg County would be divided into two state Senate districts, including a minority-majority district stretching from Danville to Petersburg to Sussex (outlined in red). The district would include South Hill but not Chase City and Clarksville, which would land in the new 19th district (in green) represented by Clarksville Republican Frank Ruff. Ruff would also represent the northern half of Halifax County, a portion of Danville, all of Martinsville and parts of Henry and Chesterfield counties. Virginia Democrats immediately attacked the plan as unconstitutional, and Gov. Bob McDonnell said it was “not a good way to do business.” The proposal must pass the House and gain the Governor’s signature to become laws. The new districts would go in effect with the 2015 Virginia Senate elections.
Mecklenburg County split into two Senate districts under disputed GOP plan

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