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Town of Halifax sends out 2016 tax notices

Red Oak woman killed in two-vehicle collision

Virginia State Police are investigating a two-vehicle fatal crash Tuesday in Charlotte County. The crash occurred at 7:39 a.m., Aug. 23 on Route 632, less than a mile north of…

Second member of slain toddler’s family charged with murder

Prosecutor declines to comment on possible links to February death of A.J. Roane

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Chase City snags $2.6 million in sewer funds

Rural development grant/loan package eases town burden of upgrading system

‘Gig’ Butts, lawyer and former mayor, dies at age 95

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C. Glasgow “Gig” Butts
“An incredible philanthropic man and a loyal friend,” is how Jimmy Keith Crowder described his friend C. Glasgow “Gig” Butts, who died Saturday at the age of 95. Butts was a former South Hill mayor and founder and retired senior partner of the South Hill law firm Butts & Butts Attorneys.

Scuba diver dies at Brunswick lake

A 35-year-old woman, whose name is being withheld, died Sunday after being pulled from Lake Rawlings while diving at the Scuba Park in Brunswick County.

March in for the 4th of July

South Boston News
The Clarksville Fourth of July Parade Committee, pictured here, is planning for the annual patriotic event scheduled this year for Wednesday, July 4 in Clarksville. The parade will begin at 11:00 a.m. and will be followed by a free hot dog lunch and a musical performance. Committee members include, from left, first row, Ken Davis, Terri Lee, Charles Lee and Allen Griffin. Second row, Skip Norcross, Pat Lee, Pete Balys, Franklin Dover and Doug Jones. Serving on the committee but not pictured is John Lee.
Planning under way for 2012 Clarksville Independence Day Parade through town

Ideal weather greets South Hill Spring Fest

South Boston News
The streets of South Hill were throbbing as the 11th annual Spring Fest unfolded in downtown Saturday. The weather was ideal for getting outside, shopping with street vendors, eating tasty treats and enjoying the attractions. (Lisa Clary photo)

Clarksville takes step forward on annexation

South Boston News
The 3,800-acre area that Clarksville wants to incorporate includes 1,402 acres abutting Occoneechee State Park to the east, 704 acres extending the town south and west across Highway 58, and another 1,718 acres south of Clarksville.

Clarksville ponders budget with 2 percent pay increase

Clarksville Town Council is mulling over a proposed $2.5 million budget that includes only a minor increase in general revenue funds spending and no new taxes. Previously Council approved a fee increase for trash collection services. The additional $31,070 generated by the increase is earmarked for retiring the debt on a new trash truck.

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