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Park View football player dies from injury in Friday night game [UPDATE]

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Jamond Salley of Chase City (#55), shown with teammates for the Park View Dragons.
A football player for Park View High School in South Hill died Friday night after sustaining an injury in the first half of the Dragons’ game with Brunswick County in Lawrenceville.

Mecklenburg County to seek buyer for Buckhorn school

Over the protests of Baskerville-area representative Bill Blalock, members of the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to take sealed bids to sell the now-shuttered Buckhorn Elementary School

Mecklenburg supes pay for repairs, but not for architect

By 5-4 vote, Board members turn down Thornton’s request for new high school study

And the bands play on (despite the weather)

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Marching bands at Park View (left) and Bluestone braved the foul weather Saturday to participate in the 31st Annual Baron Invitational band competition. The competition drew a strong field of entries from 16 high schools in Virginia and North Carolina. As hosts of the invitational, the Marching Barons put on an exhibition show, while the Marching Dragons competed in the various categories. The wet and messy weekend weather that intensified Sunday claimed a different festival: Chase City’s Autumn Jubilee. Conditions caused a no-show as residents sought the comfort of the indoors. (David Conner II photos)

Citizens group continues push for trustee recalls

Unfazed by legal deterrents to removing elected officials in Virginia, a group of Mecklenburg County citizens is pushing forward with its plans to remove six of nine members of the School Board and overturn the recently-renegotiated contract of Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Thornton.

Church thefts, break-ins persist

Hospital advocates make case for new facility

CMH looks to bring back childbirth obstetrics, add cardiac cath unit

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