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South Boston town offices to close for Thanksgiving

Halifax County tax deadline Dec. 5

A life of accomplishment

Accomplished artist, champion athlete, acclaimed tobacco auctioneer, interpreter and defender of the countryside — all describe Robert F. “Bob” Cage, who died Wednesday 19 in Raleigh, N.C. where he had…

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Comets to build on last season’s success

Larry Epperly took an unselfish Comet boys basketball team to the Region 5-A North semifinals last season, after a 20-win season. The Comets ran into a reality check, losing by…

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Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

Clarksville man gets two years after misusing funds for deceased teen

Kyle took $1,300 intended for Heather-Anne Tucker

New hospital facility wins conditional approval

VCU Community Memorial is one step closer to building a new hospital in South Hill after winning a preliminary recommendation for state licensing of the proposed facility.

Bluestone Royalty

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India Clark-Staten was named 2014 Homecoming Queen at Bluestone High School on Friday night. After the honor was announced, she was crowned by 2013 Bluestone Queen Keyaria Fuller with her father at her side as escort. The honor of Homecoming King went to Matthew Olberholtzer, escorted by his mother, Donna. (Mike Moseley photos)

Status of newly hired school maintenance employee in doubt

The Mecklenburg County School Board voted 5-0 to hire Ronnie Duffey for a maintenance department opening during the Oct. 20 meeting of the trustees. But it is unclear when or if Duffey will begin working for Mecklenburg County.

Former Chase City doctor ordered to surrender license

On Sept. 25, the once-head of Chase City Family Practice, Dr. Earle Moore, was forced to surrender his license to the Virginia Board of Medicine, ending his career as a Virginia physician.

Mecklenburg towns offer lots of fun in store for Halloween

Farmer offers guilty plea in $1.9 million fraud scheme to defraud Kellogg

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John David “Johnny” Farmer
County native, grocery store founder ordered to pay back funds, faces possible prison time.

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