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South Hill veterans benefits office slated to close

Rent cited as site’s downfall

EASY DOES IT

After years of preparation and with help of seven area rescue squads, VCU-CMH completes ‘flawless’ transfer of patients to new facility Saturday

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Hash let go as Mecklenburg County building inspector

The Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors on Monday voted to terminate the employment of chief building inspector David Hash effective Sept. 15. Persistent rumors have linked his name to a marijuana eradication carried out Aug. 26 by the Southside Virginia Drug Task Force. Hash has not been charged with any crime.

Allgood asks supes to move on Clarksville’s boundaries

Clarksville Mayor Kevin Allgood on Monday appealed to the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors to craft an agreement or compromise on the town’s requested boundary adjustment.

Area legislators give ABC sell-off thumbs down

Gov. Bob McDonnell’s bid to privatize Virginia’s liquor store business appears to be on the rocks in Southside.

Mecklenburg County schools gets $1.2 mil boost

Mecklenburg County schools are slated to receive $1,185,954 in additional federal aid during this budget year under a package recently approved by Congress, said Fifth District Rep. Tom Perriello this week.

Chase City Council fields ideas for Jubilee

As Chase City gears up for the annual Autumn Jubilee, Town Council kicked around a number of ideas Monday for enhancing the event in tandem with the 100th anniversary of the South Central Fair.

Two speakers urge Mecklenburg County School Board to move on facilities upgrades

Following a Sept 7 public presentation of alternatives for building or renovating Mecklenburg County Schools for an estimated total of $154 million to $226 million, just two members of a sparse audience came to the podium to comment.

Police work praised in Chase City shootings

Police arrested two suspects following a Labor Day weekend shooting spree in town and have warrants pending for a third suspect, a Roxboro, N.C. resident.

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