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Prizery has fairy tale characters as you’ve never seen them before

Nichols granted four more years as Mecklenburg County school superintendent

School Board extends contract, sets base salary of $125,800 after raise

Search goes on for missing N.C. man

Garner resident last seen Friday at Bracey motel

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Post 8 still undefeated after game cancelled


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Jail officer faces child porn counts

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Vesper
An officer at the Meherrin River Regional Jail, Christopher James Vesper, 32, was arrested at his home near Bracey last week and charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography.

REEL DEAL: Stage cuts 180 jobs

South Boston News
Houston-based retailer announces shutdown of Peebles corporate office in South Hill, dealing worst setback yet to beleaguered community

WHO WILL SAVE MACCALLUM MORE?

South Boston News
At MacCallum More Gardens, the Grenada Fountain brought to the garden by Commander William Henry Hudgins
Public support sought as museum struggles to bounce back from financial catastrophe

Chase City gets $1 million for home, street rehab

The town was one of six Virginia communities to earn a total of $4 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development.

Hackney rejoins Mecklenburg County schools

Before serving as Superintendent of Schools for Charlotte County, Hackney was Assistant Superintendent of Instruction in Mecklenburg County, from July 2001 to June 2003.

Clarksville EDA purchases pocket park

The pocket park, located at the corner of Fourth Street and Virginia Avenue, has frequently been a subject of complaints from business owners and residents because of its blighted condition.

Gunsmith shop in Clarksville clears hurdle

The Clarksville Planning Commission has recommended the approval of a special use permit for Gregg Garrett to operate a gunsmith and firearm transfer business from his residence at 102 Mansion Drive in Clarksville.

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