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Sentara Halifax earns ‘C’ on safety review

Leapfrog organization upgrades ratings

Wreck causes heavy damage, ties up traffic

Higher ed foundation receives major gift

Bequest from Armantine Leggett bolsters SVHEF


Comet fall athletes recognized





Mecklenburg > South Hill

Tractor trailer takes plunge

South Boston News

A tractor-trailer was involved in a single-vehicle wreck on Monday morning on Highway 58 west of Boydton. The rig ran off the highway, tore through the guardrail, and rolled down a deep steep hill, taking down several trees. Traffic was backed up for quite some time as the truck was removed. The Boydton Volunteer Fire Department, Boydton Life Station, Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Department and Virginia State Police worked the scene. (Mike Moseley photo)

Clarksville to host National Night Out

Clarksville is hosting the 30th annual National Night on Tuesday, Aug. 6, part of a national and local effort to put an end to crime. This year’s event is in the parking lot behind Wells Fargo, and will include bluegrass music by Higrass, a moon bounce for the children, refreshments, prizes, school supplies, educational material, and much more.

Jennings guilty of reduced charge

South Boston News
Supervisor pleads to misdemeanor count to end probe of 2011 campaign

‘Miracle’ ensues after car hits creek

Bracey man helps lead small children to safety as father performs CPR

Festivities by the lake come off with barely a hitch

South Boston News
A tired but happy Sheila Cuykendall, Clarksville Chamber of Commerce executive director, proclaimed Lakefest 2013 a resounding success after tens of thousands of people descended on town this week in search of music, fireworks, shopping and fun.

Opening of cancer therapy center slated

Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) and VCU Massey Cancer Center will host a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony for the newest radiation therapy facility in the Southern Virginia area, the Solari Radiation Therapy Center.

Two sought in string of area burglaries

Authorities in Virginia and North Carolina are searching for two African-American males — a father and son — who are wanted for questioning in connection with several burglaries in the area.

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