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Growing vegetables from straw mound is easy and enjoyable
07/21/14 - 7:50 am
The Halifax Dixie Youth Baseball Junior Boys delivered a state championship on Sunday, defeating Madison Heights, 13-3, to move on to World Series competition in Bossier City, La.
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Mecklenburg County and seven of its schools have been recognized by Gov. Bob McDonnell and the State Department of Education for earning Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) awards.
02/16/11 - 8:33 am Mecklenburg
Leilani Todd, vice president of human resources at Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative, has been elected chair of the steering committee of the Virginia Energy Workforce Consortium (VEWC).
Open less than one year, the Clarksville Enrichment Complex continues to grow and thrive as the Clarksville-area community has responded by participating in the four major community services housed at The Complex – The YMCA, the Lake Country Distance Education Center, the Southside Virginia Community College, and the Lake Country Kids Before and After School Program and Summer Camps. Over 130 children from the Clarksville and Chase City Elementary Schools, along with 25 chaperones, had a lovely Valentine’s Dance Friday evening at the Clarksville Enrichment Complex. The red balloons, decorations, and lighting along with the unbounded enthusiasm of the kids made for a festive and fun evening. The large turnout for this and the previous Christmas Dance is telling the Lake Country Kids Before & After School Program that the community wants and needs more activities like this for the area youth. Plans are already under way for a Spring Dance.
Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) has sold its outpatient dialysis service to Liberty Dialysis, a nationally recognized company that specializes in dialysis care. Liberty assumed operation of the CMH outpatient dialysis service on Feb. 1.
02/09/11 - 9:10 am Mecklenburg
A key General Assembly budget committee is aiming to kill Gov. Bob McDonnell’s $43.5 million proposal to renovate the shuttered Brunswick Correctional Center.
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