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Robin Cage, Master Artisan

Halifax County native receives honor

SVHEC reading bench to be dedicated in memory of Hank Bruining

The public is invited to attend the dedication of a reading bench, honoring the late Hank Bruining on Friday, at 3 p.m. at the SVHEC Innovation Center, outside the Welding…

Alton woman is third highway fatality this year in Halifax


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Lady Comets rout Tunstall 15-1


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HGTV channel visits Buggs Island Lake

Grand jury returns indictments against four suspects

Farmer avoids prison, confined to home

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Johnny Farmer
Chase City grocer John David “Johnny” Farmer received a sentence of five years probation, with two of those years be served under home incarceration, after pleading guilty to swindling the Kellogg Company out of nearly $1.9 million in a wire fraud scheme.

Just a little pie for the 1,000 member guy

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Mecklenburg County YMCA CEO Michael DeNise took a pie in the face Saturday from Russ Messier (top right) to mark an organizational milestone — the Y’s 1,000th member. The sacrifice by DeNise made good on a vow from last year’s MCCSC fundraiser, when DeNise sold to the highest bidder a chance to throw a pie in his face once the YMCA reached the 1,000-member milestone. Russ Messier of Clarksville, the high bidder, claimed his prize on Saturday. In addition to the chocolate meringue pie that Messier threw, his wife Linda baked two pumpkin pies which were auctioned at $10 apiece. The purchasers also each earned a chance to “pie” DeNise. (Susan Kyte photo)

Mecklenburg County schools to rely on energy program for facilities fixes

The Mecklenburg County school division plans to upgrade facilities using an energy services performance contracting program created by the General Assembly in 2001.

Mecklenburg County supes lambasted over business licenses

A relatively staid monthly meeting of the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors took a hostile turn Monday as Chase City business owner Fred Gailor loudly protested what he claimed were lies told to him by board members.

Elderly Chase City man dies in single-car crash

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