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A total of 35 firefighters from Clarksville, Virgilina and Boydton fought a fire Friday night that destroyed the home of Madelyn Pines on Overby Road. The Mecklenburg County Lifesaving and Rescue Squad also responded, but there were no injuries. A spokesman for the Clarksville Fire Department said the blaze apparently started in the furnace. (Clarksville Fire Department photo)
The Town of Clarksville received an early Christmas present from Commonwealth of Virginia: approval of a $1 million funding package for updating water lines.
Workmen prepare to lay new irrigation pipes at Kinderton Country Club as part of an ambitious plan to give the historic Donald Ross course a much-needed modernization.
Her graceful curves and enticing personality have not deserted her, but she’s showing her age.
Eileen Barbieri, Clarksville Regional Branch Library supervisors, will give a presentation to the Clarksville Town Council proposing that the library expand into the town-owned office building formerly rented by Dr. Richard Brown. The current library is at right. The chiropractic office building is pictured at left.
Representatives of the Clarksville Public Library next Tuesday will present to the Town Council a proposal to expand into a vacant building nearby.
Wal-Mart in South Hill honored late South Hill Police Sergeant Ronnie Edmonds during the Cops for Kids Christmas shopping event Saturday. Edmonds spearheaded the program for many years and his family was presented with a plaque that honored his commitment to the youth of the community. His son Tyler (second from left) held the plaque that was presented to him, to his mom Diane and Edmonds’ parents by Store Manager Judy Utley (far right). A photo of Edmonds was positioned behind the group, encircled by a wreath.
South Hill Town Council wrapped up miscellaneous business before the Christmas holiday, making appointments to town boards and giving formal approval for Chase City to join the Roanoke River Service Authority.
12/14/10 - 11:06 am Mecklenburg
This year the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) at John H. Kerr Reservoir will be accepting used live Christmas Trees until Jan. 31 to be recycled into fish habitat.
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