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More charges contemplated in fatal Vernon Hill crash

As the investigation continues into the Aug. 20 traffic crash that claimed the life of 9-year-old Julian Adam Suttle, Virginia State Police and the Halifax County Commonwealth's Attorney are currently…

Medical missionary

JMU student receives hands-on lessons in Third World health

Halifax County supervisors advised to borrow $16 million for courthouse

Ricketts - Hold off on full amount till needed


Comets take positive step forward

Pound Patrick County 42-12 in season opener





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Police

Fang named CMH Cancer Center Medical Director

South Boston News
Tzann Fang

South Hill’s Picnic in the Park postponed due to heat

In the interest of public safety, due to extremely dry conditions and forecasted temperatures of nearly 100 degrees for the next several days the Picnic in the Park scheduled for July 3 at Parker Park in South Hill will be postponed.

Chase City works out bugs in water supply

With switch to RRSA supplies, scattered complications ensue

Community Services Board cuts ribbon at new Clarksville administrative offices

South Boston News
Guests and dignitaries at the ribbon cutting for the Southside Community Services Board Building in Clarksville.
For the first time in 40 years, the Southside Community Services Board (SCSB) has space it needs to fulfill the administrative functions used by the 250 employees and 18 facilities offering mental health, substance abuse, and intellectual disability services in Brunswick, Halifax and Mecklenburg counties.

Attempted murder suspect turns himself in to sheriff

A man wanted for attempted murder and assault and battery turned himself in to the Mecklenburg Sheriff’s Department on Monday after a three-week search.

Saint Paul’s mulls next move after accreditation denied

Lawrenceville college faces uphill challenge with appeal

Grant funds water line improvements in Clarksville

Clarksville has been awarded a partial grant from the Virginia Department of Health for improvements to the town’s public water distribution system, Interim Town Manager Charles Lee announced this week.

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