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Lambert suit comes back up in federal district courtroom

The judge presiding over a $25 million lawsuit brought by the family of Linwood Raymond Lambert Jr. against the Town of South Boston has yet to decide whether a key…

Volunteers needed to help with South Boston Christmas Parade Dec. 5

South Boston man jailed on malicious wounding charge


Comets could be good

Larry Epperly, his staff and a very talented group of Comets came within one fateful opponent’s 3-pointer of crashing the State 5-A Final Four a year ago.





Mecklenburg > South Hill

New hospital hailed as ‘beacon of hope’

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Wayne Parrish, VCU Health CMH Board Chair, John Duval, CEO VCU Hospitals and Clinics, John Strunk, Chief of Staff VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital, Scott Burnette, CEO VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital and Lois White, Auxiliary President VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital, break ground for the new hospital. Above,The architect’s rendering of the new VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital in South Hill.
Large crowd witnesses groundbreaking for 70-bed acute care hospital facility in South Hill

Teen suspect arrested after robbery victim held at gunpoint

Generous gift for cancer cause

South Boston News
Highlighting the Cindy Hite Memorial Golf Tournament this Friday in Clarksville, Sandra Hubbard presented a check for $10,000 to the Mecklenburg County Cancer Association on behalf of Rick and Linda Hendrick, of NASCAR racing fame. The gift by Hendrick, a native of Palmer Springs, and his wife helped to push the tournament fundraising total to $50,000. Accepting the check were event organizers Heather Keeton, Sharon Johnson and Carole Blair. (Susan Kyte photo)

Massive loss estimated as fire destroys horse barn

South Boston News
Firefighters tend over the destroyed horse barn at Flying W Ranch.

With election next Tuesday, bring your approved photo ID

Ground broken for new State Police Area Office

Clarksville Council hears updates on Planters, Burlington, sewer system work

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