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ODEC donates $25,000 for YMCA renovations

Halifax County IDA changes meeting date

What’s next for Hupps Mill Plaza?

Hupps Mill Plaza store owners were just as surprised as anyone else to learn that the 173,351 square foot shopping center is headed for the auction block next week.

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Williams gets first win as Comet coach


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Mecklenburg > Clarksville

New solar farm proposal touted

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Juergen Fehr, COO of Geenex shows off a minature prototype of the photovoltaic (PV) panels that will be installed at the solar farm the company is developing in Chase City.
Another developer eyes Chase City site

South Hill police seek information on firebombing suspect

Mecklenburg County jobless rate edges up to 5.5 percent in September

Halloween highlights

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It was a night of ghoulish fun Monday as the Towns of South Hill, Chase City and Clarksville each hosted hundreds of children at Halloween events. Top, at South Hill’s Centennial Park, a huge crowd turned out for the Monster Mash, the last event of the year for the Market Square series. Middle, in Chase City, the Grinch made an early appearance at the town’s trick or treat event on Main Street. Above, in Clarksville, , the turnout on Virginia Avenue in downtown Clarksville. (Photos by Lisa Clary and Susan Kyte)

Bombmaking suspect pleads guilty to child abuse charge

Explosives charges dropped; one year sentence sought for Bracey woman

Winery nets $250,000 grant for new products

Rosemont receives funding from USDA

Lawsuit against Mecklenburg sheriff’s office survives motion to dismiss

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