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Crews, Noblin lauded for work to promote safe teenage driving

Taste & Tour draws a crowd

Ideal summer weather for Halifax farmers mart event

South Boston council work session set


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HC Ozone up one in best of three series


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South Boston News
Lucille Hudson
Education was key to the progress of African-Americans in Mecklenburg

Parents rally to defense of La Crosse principal

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Connie Puckett
Thornton requests reassignment of Puckett to classroom next year

South Hill braces for full impact of closings

‘They’re still working’ at the businesses set to close, but the inevitable is coming soon

BIT lays out corrective plan to reignite federal support

Buggs Island Telephone (BIT) is seeking to get its project to bring high speed wireless internet to 15 counties in Southside Virginia back on track after filing a corrective action plan with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA), the federal agency charged with oversight of the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program.

Task Force seizes marijuana haul

Members of the Southside Drug Taskforce seized nearly 30 pounds of marijuana during a raid on a home at 562 Bridge Road in South Hill on Monday.

Computer equipment taken at Bluestone

Mecklenburg Sheriff Bobby Hawkins reported that two thefts occurred in the past week.

WITH JUST A FLICK OF THE (MECHANICAL) WRIST

South Boston News
Bluestone students Jacob Lowman (far left), Zachary Harper and Forrest Goodwin (kneeling in front) and David Overton (standing in the center in the plaid shirt) pose with teachers Tracey Ellis and Betsy West, and mentors David Lowman, Leonard Passmore, Dick Fields, Bill Wilson and Russ Messier and friends. The students and their support team are packing up Skrappy 10 and shipping him to Raleigh for the FIRST robotics competition in March. The event will held March 14-16 at Dorton Arena at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds.
And for his next feat of engineering excellence, Skrappy the Robot will … fling Frisbees?

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