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Reddish river runs through Seymour

Businesses and motorists along Seymour Avenue in South Boston received a surprise Thursday afternoon — a riverlet of brick-colored water that gushed up from a broken water main in the…

Internet for everyone:  Halifax County mulls options

Halifax may enter service provider business – directly or indirectly


Elmo stages Independence Day parade, but Scottsburg nixes its event


Player, coach of the year

Barnes earns POY year honors while Bane named top coach





Mecklenburg > Chase City

Drug Task Force finds home at jail building; injured deputy Mull returning to work

The Southside Drug Task Force is no longer relocating into the former Bruce Library Building in Boydton. Instead, it will move into the current administrative offices for the county jail — known as the Red Building — once it becomes vacant in January.

Great eats and bargains by the lake

No matter what your pleasure, you are sure to find it at the 2012 Big Lake Flea Market in Clarksville this Saturday, May 12.

Next for Boydton Bicentennial: Day of story telling

Boydton’s Bicentennial Celebration continues on Sunday, May 20 with an afternoon of history and tall tales. Boydton’s Homecoming Celebration will take place on the porch and in the yard at the Boyd Tavern, as well as the Mecklenburg County Courthouse lawn and various historic venues around the downtown area.

Winners chosen in Mecklenburg town elections

Voters in Chase City, Clarksville, Boydton, La Crosse and South Hill went to the polls in light numbers Tuesday to elect Council representatives and mayors. The winners in each town are checked:

Hands-on with Boydton’s history

South Boston News
The President of Historic Boydton Renaissance, Will Ober, and wife, Donna, sell books and other memorabilia celebrating the history of Boydton. Boydton continued the celebration of its 200th birthday with an Arts & Crafts Show and teaspoon-tasting luncheon on Saturday. The Work of Our Hands, sponsored by Historic Boydton Renaissance, celebrated the talents of local artists including Ray Matthews, Diana Thorpe and Ray Cherry, and the cooking skills of town residents and area churches.

CMH taps consultant to assess position

Hospital becomes second in area to explore its options

Flower urns stolen from Crestview Cemetery

In what Mecklenburg County Sheriff Bobby Hawkins calls “an unforgiveable crime,” more than 60 bronze flower urns were taken from gravesites at Crestview Memorial Cemetery near South Hill in the last 10 days. Several of the plots also suffered damage.

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