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Behavioral care center for teens planned at Carlbrook campus

New owners reach out to county on future use of school; 100-150 jobs foreseen at Southstone Behavioral Center

Halasz lists Courthouse issues for town’s input

Halifax town council asked for its concerns

Halifax County trustees set course for new superintendent

Virginia School Board Association enlisted to lead search effort

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Two big games loom after boys drive PH-Ashland out of conference play

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Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Government

Ruling heralds mining break-up

The state Supreme Court last week rejected efforts by a Buckingham County mining operation to stop liquidation proceedings, pending an appeal of a lower court decision which was issued in August. The case involves a minority owner of the company, Boyd Colgate, who resides in Chase City.

Search continues for man who robbed Comfort Inn

Assailant attacked clerk with small gun

Sheriff’s deputies stay busy with theft reports in county

Mecklenburg County Sheriff Bobby Hawkins said his office has once again been besieged with several area thefts, all occurring on Friday, Sept. 28.

St. Paul’s lands $1.4 million grant

Saint Paul’s College in Lawrenceville will receive nearly $1.4 million in grant money from the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) programs for historically black colleges and universities. It is one of six schools in Virginia awarded the grant — the purpose of which, according to USDE, allows the schools to establish or strengthen their physical plants, financial management, academic resources and endowment-building capacity.

Clarksville men named to Forestry Board

Two Clarksville residents were recently named to the Virginia Forestry Board by Governor Bob McDonnell. They are Don Bright, president of Meherrin River Forestry Products and J. Kenneth Morgan, Chairman of Morgan Lumber Company.

Happy 200th in Boydton

With Boydton Day coming up in late October, town makes preparations for huge turnout

LOTS OF MIGHTY FINE WINE

South Boston News
Hundreds of people turned out Saturday for the second annual South Hill Wine Festival, sponsored by the Rotary Club and South Hill Chamber of Commerce. The newly renovated Centennial Park was the setting for an afternoon of delicious food, music, wine and socializing. Music was provided by Michael Redman and Gill Edwards and Just Friends. Serving up the food were the Glass House, Brian’s Steakhouse and Horseshoe Restaurant. Guests enjoyed dancing, shopping, visiting and lots of tasting. (Lisa Clary photo)

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