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Revenues up as South Boston prepares for budget

Story of the Crossing goes national

Documentary on Dan River wartime tactic spread across U.S.

For Mecklenburg trustees, it’s a testy New Year

Tanner, Smiley win leadership posts on 5-4 vote; audience misses out on early decision


With two wins in the books, Comets ready for GW





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Mecklenburg County starts update to comprehensive plan

South Boston News
Gathered together, from left, for work on the county’s comprehensive plan are: Patrick Hughes of Hill Studio, Robert Hendrick, Mecklenburg County Zoning & Planning Administrator, and Evelyn Slone, Director of Planning with Hill Studio.
For the first time in nearly 25 years, Mecklenburg County is updating its comprehensive plan used to guide local land use priorities and community development goals.

Bluestone students rack up honors at Senior Awards Day

With proud parents and school officials looking on, Bluestone’s graduating class of 2011 accepted numerous scholarships, recognitions and other awards at the Senior Awards Day program on Wednesday.

Mecklenburg County IDA authorizes $73,000 in additional payments

The Mecklenburg County Industrial Development Authority has authorized $73,000 in additional payments to the contractor selected to bring water and sewer to the new Kinderton Technology Park outside of Clarksville.

Brodnax man drowns at North Bend Park

A Brodnax man became the first drowning victim of 2011 on Buggs Island Lake when he went under while swimming at North Bend Park on Thursday afternoon.


South Boston News
Memorial Day weekend observances — Chase City, Clarksville and South Hill hosted events to commemorate fallen servicemen during the Memorial Day weekend.

Hudgins calls it a career as Mecklenburg County supervisor

South Boston News
W. P. Hudgins Sr.
ED-1 supervisor W. P. Hudgins

South Hill’s gain is New Jersey’s loss

A manufacturer of vacuum cleaner bags and filters is closing its Clifton, N.J. factory and laying off 115 workers, seven months after receiving $1.3 million in incentives to build a plant in Virginia.

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