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Clarksville takes step forward on annexation

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The 3,800-acre area that Clarksville wants to incorporate includes 1,402 acres abutting Occoneechee State Park to the east, 704 acres extending the town south and west across Highway 58, and another 1,718 acres south of Clarksville.

Clarksville ponders budget with 2 percent pay increase

Clarksville Town Council is mulling over a proposed $2.5 million budget that includes only a minor increase in general revenue funds spending and no new taxes. Previously Council approved a fee increase for trash collection services. The additional $31,070 generated by the increase is earmarked for retiring the debt on a new trash truck.

Family members sue mine company

Colgates in dispute with kyanite outfit

My Big Campus lets students get digital

Rosetta Stone replaces two language teachers

Dressed to impress for a birthday celebration

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Getting into the spirit of the Chase City 139th Birthday Celebration on Sunday were Vice Mayor and Chamber of Commerce President Lisa Gillispie, left, and Police Chief (and for the day town marshal) J.A. Jordan, both of whom came dressed in period costume The town-wide celebration featured a student art show, live music, homemade ice cream, Civil War re-enactors and speakers on Chase City’s past, present and future. (Susan Kyte photos)

Library makes move

South Boston News
The Boydton Public Library and the headquarters of the Southside Regional Library Board have moved into their new home in the renovated Old Hudgins Courthouse at 313 Washington St. The new space is handicapped accessible, which was not true of the former site. The library is open Mondays from noon-6 p.m. and Tuesdays through Fridays from noon-5 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m.-noon.

Suspect charged in theft of Crestview Park urns

South Boston News
Clint Reamey
Clint Anthony Reamey, 42, of Chase City has been arrested on multiple felony counts stemming from the theft of numerous bronze flower urns from Crestview Memorial Park in South Hill in April. Reamey has been charged with grand larceny, larceny with intent to sell and receiving stolen property, among other offenses.

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