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Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

South Hill Farmers Market seeking vendors

The South Hill Farmers Market is looking for local farmers, bakers and homemade crafters from Mecklenburg and surrounding counties to become vendors.

South Hill vehicle decals now on sale at Chamber

Town of South Hill and Mecklenburg County vehicle decals are on sale now at the South Hill Chamber of Commerce Depot building (use the side ramp).

FSA helps livestock producers affected by winter weather

USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Mecklenburg County Executive Director Katy Elsea reminds livestock producers throughout Mecklenburg County that FSA programs may be available to assist them. Many are dealing with harsh winter weather, which is causing serious harm to livestock and forage due to heavy snow, ice and extremely cold temperatures.

South Hill Rotary seeks Service Above Self candidates

The South Hill Rotary Club will be presenting its annual “Service Above Self” award to a deserving person from the South Hill area who exemplifies the Rotary ideal of “Service Above Self.” Anyone can nominate an individual who has contributed to the betterment of the South Hill community over the calendar year by the unselfish giving of his or her talents, time and energy. This service must have been given without any monetary compensation.

Mecklenburg County students to be furnished netbooks next school year

Every Mecklenburg County student entering ninth and 10th grade this fall will receive a personal netbook to use to access the internet both at school and home.


South Boston News
Bradley June Brewer
The 14-year-old suspect in the shooting death of Harold Cooper Jr., a Bluestone ninth grader gunned down Dec. 17, has been indicted of first degree murder by a Mecklenburg County Circuit Court grand jury.

For many, fast Internet is still hard to come by

South Boston News
The Internet-based distance learning program at the Clarksville Complex.
Virginia’s 15th state legislative district, which includes Mecklenburg and surrounding counties, ranks dead last in the state in access to high-speed internet, according to a recent U.S. Department of Commerce study of rural America connectivity.

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