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La Crosse mayor jailed over court protective order

After Fox Run fire, questions

Displaced residents start to get back on their feet, but future hazy for apartments

Home incarceration given in embezzlement


Milestone looms as Comets begin football

‘Do the best we can with the kid’s we got’ - coach Kenneth Day





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Police

Wind storm leaves thousands without power

Boyd lauded as James Beard food ‘visionary’

South Boston News
John Boyd Jr.
Baskerville farmer, activist one of six honorees nationally

Mayor pays tribute to late manager; day care center coming to Chase City

Pokémon Go has players everywhere – here, too

New South Hill mayor seated, longtime chief departs

New hospital taking shape

South Boston News
Construction is under way at the site of the new VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital in South Hill
Tentative opening date - Nov. 11, 2017

No dampening of patriotic spirits

South Boston News
A little rain did not dampen the patriotic spirit of those who came out to celebrate a shortened Fourth of July parade in Clarksville Monday. Families dressed in red, white, and blue waved their miniature flags for the color guard from VFW Post 8163 and local veterans who led off the procession. The rain nearly stopped just long enough for the parade to make it through town and for those who stopped by the annual Clarksville Ruritan Club hot dog roast. The threat of rain forced South Hill to cancel its fireworks scheduled for Monday night. The rain date is tentatively set for Sept. 2, Labor Day weekend.

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