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Mecklenburg > Chase City
Woman awakes to smell of smoke; firefighters can’t save trailer home
Christopher D. Imber, MD, has joined the medical staff at Community Memorial Healthcenter's Clarksville Primary Care Center in Clarksville.
A fire Saturday that ravaged the Chase City home of Mike and Amanda Jordan claimed the life of the family dog and destroyed all of Jordans’ household possessions. The damage toll could be as high as $200,000, said Mike Harris, Assistant Chief of the Chase City Volunteer Fire Department. The Jordans were not at home when the fire started.
Mecklenburg County looks to take over ownership of shuttered prison site
A new sixth grade program, “Project Based Learning,” will draw on communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills to bring education into the 21st century, four teachers who are leading the initiative told the Mecklenburg County School Board on Monday.
At the suggestion of a former mayor, Boydton Town Council will take a look at a multi-tiered set of sewer rates to protect low-volume users from steep increases at the same time largest customers would bear the brunt of the town’s efforts to staunch its red-ink budget.
Clarksville’s annual Relay For Life fundraiser for the American Cancer Society will take place this Saturday, April 21 at Robbins Park, with fun, food, music and more in store for the entire family. The public is invited to join in the event, which gets started with a survivor’s brunch at 10:30 a.m. at the Clarksville Community Center, and then shifts to the ballpark for opening ceremonies at noon.
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