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Ramping up for solar jobs

SVCC starts worker training program in anticipation of big demand for installer positions

Mecklenburg trustees take look at shorter school day

Proposal calls for shaving minutes off daily schedule

Brewery makes plans to move to lakefront

Clarksville’s hometown craft brewery is moving to a lakeside location, with a planned opening in summer 2019.


Post 8 scrappy, with solid offense, pitching

Defensive miscues prove costly, but team able to get over shortcomings






Brunswick prison idea faces tough scrutiny

Legislators leery of ballooning costs to house sexual offenders

Brodnax woman charged with murder in death of husband

A Brodnax woman is being held at Southside Regional Jail without bond in connection with the stabbing death of her husband Jan. 12.

Bracey man guilty of having sex with horse

Mecklenburg County Circuit Judge Leslie Osborne last Wednesday found Bryon Roger Keeling, 31, of Bracey, guilty of felony bestiality.

Chase City VFD joins call on tipped tanker

Seven Chase City firefighters Tuesday assisted Keysville and Bacon District at the scene in Charlotte County where a propane tanker overturned.

Unqualified success

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Dot Lee, a certified Zumba instructor, leads a class Monday at the Clarksville Enrichment Center. Over 30 people have been attending the new Zumba classes as part of The Y program at The Complex.
If the number of people who walk through the doors each day to use its facilities and services is any indication, the Clarksville Enrichment Complex is an unqualified success after just seven months in existence.

Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department awards

South Boston News
The Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department at the annual banquet on Sunday honored Andy Elliott and Mike Lejda as Firefighters of the Year. Members of the department chose the recipients. Other awardees included, Bridgette Hogan, Chief’s Award, and outgoing Chief Robert Wilkerson, above, a special award for 15 years of department leadership. (Alta LeCompte photo)

Meadowview Terrace addition dedicated

South Boston News
Halifax Regional Health Systems officials, directors and staff gathered Thursday to dedicate a 30-bed addition to Meadowview Terrace, the hospital system’s long-term care facility in Clarksville. The addition of two residential neighborhoods, including an 18-bed unit specializing in the Alzheimer’s care, is expected to create 27 new jobs in town. Shown above are HRHS board members and speakers at the dedication program: (l-r) Dexter Gilliam, Stanley Jeffress, Gregg Gordon, Logan Young, Ted Bennett, Connie Zamora, director of long term care services; Dr. Joseph Ferguson, Mike Lyon; Ben Fincher, Carol Thomas, Edward Owens, member of the Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; Chris Lumsden, CEO; Blaine Lenhart, Dr. Earl Moore, William Shelton, Director, Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development; Betty DeOrnellas, administrator; Dr. Stephen DeOrnellas and Bret Berneche.
Meadowview Terrace celebrated the opening of its 30-bed expansion Thursday with a roster of speakers and public tours of two new gleaming residential areas that will boost the nursing home’s staffing by 27 employees.

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