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Local men charged in Radford robbery case

South Boston woman charged with theft of newspaper bundles

Halifax County Supervisors revive topic of scotched call meeting

Controversy involving leaks, county administrator likely to come up in closed session


Dragons come in third at Conference 25 golf tournament

Clark, Hardee and Baskerville qualify to compete in regions






Boydton awaits $1.5 mil tied up in Washington

Town awarded USDA funding for wasterwater fix, but first Congress must approve budget

Park View crowns Homecoming Queen

South Boston News
PVHS QUEEN — Melonise Jiggetts was named Homecoming Queen at Park View during halftime of the Dragons’ game with Southampton on Friday. Shown with Jiggetts is PVHS Principal Jeff Davis (left) and her escort, Willard Valentine. (Stacey Malone photo)

Jeanne Trent, longtime agency director, dies

In the eyes of friends, she was ahead of her time — independent, intelligent, and hardworking. So go the accolades for former county Social Services director and Republican activist Jeanne Hollins Trent of Chase City.

New Mecklenburg County voter cards going out to those affected by redistricting

Voters in districts that have been affected by changes due to redistricting will soon receive new voter registration cards. The Mecklenburg County Registrars Office and state Board of Elections will begin sending cards to affected voters this week. All voters needing cards should receive them by the middle of next week.

South Hill outsources garbage pickups

Monthly fee going up, but town gets curbside recycling

Mecklenburg County deputies investigate three theft incidents

The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office reported three theft incidents this week, two in Clarksville and one in Skipwith.

Mecklenburg County trustees approve HVAC equipment bid

The Mecklenburg County School Board agreed last week to purchase three HVAC units for elementary school gymnasiums from Tune & Toler of Blairs for $178,555. The price includes the units, not the ductwork, which must be purchased separately at an additional estimated cost of $12,000 - $15,000.

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