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Youth, believed from Norfolk, drowns on lake

Officers with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries recovered the body of a 13-year-old drowning victim from Buggs Island Lake Saturday around 3 p.m.

Mecklenburg County to seek permit for Steel Creek canoe, kayak landing

Mecklenburg County will seek to establish a launch site for paddlers on the Upper Reach blueway so kayakers and canoeists can explore Lake Gaston from the vicinity of the Steel Bridge on U.S. Highway 1.

Clarksville moves forward on hiring of manager, wording of noise ordinance

The Town of Clarksville is moving forward with its search for a new town manager, Council members learned at a meeting last Tuesday. The monthly work session also included a discussion on the proper wording of a town noise ordinance.

Police probe Sycamore Street incident

Kristi and Michael Mills of Chase City awoke at 4 a.m. Monday morning to the sound of someone beating on their door. “It took awhile for me to get my bearings,” said Kristi Mills in an interview, adding that the person was gone from her yard by the time she and her husband made it to the door.

Best use for Arts Center explored

On Aug. 28, the Clarksville Community Players will convene three focus groups to answer the question, “What is the best use for the Clarksville Fine Arts Center (FAC).” The meetings will take place at 1 p.m., 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. at the Fine Arts Center.

Boydton marks opening of visitors center

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HBR volunteers and docents enjoy the new rocking chairs on the porch of the Boyd Tavern. The volunteers are, from left, standing, Carolyn Armes, Bobby Boyd, Ann Lee Ramey, Charles Rouse, Pam Gifford, Frances Kindley and Donna Ober, and, seated, Virginia Broyles and Will Ober. Not pictured, HBR volunteers Walter Beales, Sylvia Coleman, Charlie Reamey and Josh Hatchell)
Historic Boydton Renaissance (HBR) and Robin and Alexander Rawles have donated rocking chairs for the porch of the Boyd Tavern to mark the opening of the Boydton Visitors Center at the Tavern. Volunteers from HBR will staff the Visitors Center and serve as docents on weekends. During the week, the Boyd Family Foundation hired Bobby Boyd as a docent.

Mecklenburg jobless rate just shy of 10 percent

Brunswick has worst unemployment rate among Virginia counties; Mecklenburg is next

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