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TMI Auto Tech, backed by tobacco grant, aims to develop the ‘Spider’, 19 new jobs

TMI Auto Tech, exclusive North American manufacturer of the Ariel Atom vehicle, has been awarded an $838,000 grant from the Virginia Tobacco Commission to develop a new sports car, the…

College Awareness Night at HCHS Tuesday

The Southern Piedmont Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) and the Halifax County High School guidance department will sponsor a College Awareness Night on Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 6:30 p.m., at the…

Community mourns death of Halifax merchant, civic leader Garland Childrey


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Mecklenburg supes agree to spending, but not without criticism

South Boston News
The Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution Monday honoring Harrison Walker of Buffalo Junction, who was elected by his peers to be Governor at the 72nd annual session of Boys State Virginia. The program, sponsored by the American Legion is one of the most respected educational programs of government instruction for high school students. Presenting the resolution to Walker is chairman Glenn Barbour. (Susan Kyte photo)
School expenditures draw sharp remarks from Brankley

Suspect held in Union Level burglaries

Roadtrippin’ to Mecklenburg gets a boost

On Thursday, Sept. 4, Guerin Austin, host of Fox Richmond WRLH-TV and her crew were in Mecklenburg County to film five segments for Roadtrippin’, the travel segment that airs weekdays during the morning news on Channel 35 Richmond

Town preparing for 38th annual Boydton Day

Mixed bag with SOL test scores

A new center for learning

South Boston News
Members of the Clarksville community and Southside Regional Library System celebrated the expansion of the Clarksville library with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday. Renamed the Burnett Library and Learning Center, the facility has 65 percent more space for reading and instructional programs. Doing the ribbon-cutting honors is Joan Burnett (holding scissors), a retired longtime government teacher and wife of the late Benjy Burnett, mayor of Clarksville. Also on hand was Mildred Jolly, seated, who was recognized by program emcee Dr. Charles Lee as a staunch supporter of the Clarksville Area Public Library. After a short program, guests toured the renovated wing, which has been open to the public since mid-July. (Tom McLaughlin photo)

$5 billion gas pipeline to cut across Southside

Brunswick lies in project path; officials hail economic impact

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