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Children’s camp, store site taken up by Halifax County supervisors

Teen dies in hunting accident

ODEC donates $25,000 for YMCA renovations


Bluestone ends first week of JRD play with 2-0 mark

Varsity collects wins over R-H, Cumberland






Police search for missing elderly woman

South Boston News
Ruzie D. Suggs
Virginia State Police have issued a senior alert for a 90-year-old Burlington, N.C resident, Ruzie D. Suggs, who has gone missing since Saturday and is believed to have visited the local area this week.

Freshour tapped to lead probe of Mecklenburg employees

Allegations lodged against deputy, Social Services worker

Celebrating Picnic in the Park,  this time without a hitch

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Picnic in the Park in South Hill, rescheduled from the Independence Day holiday due to excessive heat, became a back-to-school and Labor Day celebration rolled into one Friday night. Thousands turned out at Parker Park to watch the fireworks and enjoy music, food, YMCA games, and other activities. Honoring America’s veterans, VFW Post 7166 in South Hill carried out the 21 gun salute. (Lisa Clary photos)

Saint Paul’s to resume classes with court ruling

College gets temporary reprieve, will reverse prior decision to halt fall campus activities

Minority owners prevail in mining lawsuit

Colgate, family members win ruling that could lead to break-up of Buckingham kyanite operation

Just desserts

South Boston News
Clarksville town staff and Town Council members enjoy a thank-you lunch provided by interim Manager Charles Lee.
Clarksville town offices, including the police and maintenance departments, have a new look —organized and clutter-free, thanks to the efforts of town employees.

Benchmark modular to house Clarksville PD

The Clarksville Police Department is no longer set to move into the 75-year-old brick building that until recently housed the YMCA. Instead, Clarksville Town Council, in a split vote, approved plans to purchase the modular facility that currently houses Benchmark Community Bank on South College Street for use as the department’s new home. The move is subject to approval of a sales contract with the bank.

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