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Park View announces graduation schedule

The 55th commencement exercises for Park View High School will be held in the gymnasium on Saturday, June 12 at 11 a.m.

Grand opening arrives for the complex

South Boston News
THEY’VE come a long way — Shortly after receiving the Certificate of Occupancy and the keys to the building, several members of the MCCSC Board are standing in front of The Complex and smiling with satisfaction at how far this project has progressed. They looking forward to the Open House and the public using this new community services facility. From left to right: Russ Messier, Joe Davidson (President), Win Baker, Stuart Buchanan, and Carol Kizer.

Apparent misstep results in drowning

South Boston News
Burton G. Parker
The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office dive team on Friday afternoon recovered the body of Burton G. Parker, 65, in Buggs Island Lake, about 10’ from his dock in the Merrymount community of eastern Mecklenburg County.

Supes propose $69 mil budget, no tax increases

The Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 2, at the Goode Building in Boydton on a proposed $69 million budget for the fiscal year starting in July.

Auditors outline improvements to school board bookkeeping

An auditor who has delved into the inner workings of the Mecklenburg County School Division textbook fund on Friday guided the School Board finance committee along a paper trail, pointing out many places where pieces of paper are missing.

Clarksville urged to apply now for sewer funds

Engineering consultants at Dewberry & Davis have recommended that Clarksville apply for $2.4 million in stimulus funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to replace portions of its sewer system that are failing.

Boydton eyes pay increases for employees

Boydton Town Council has recommended a three percent raise for town employees and an increase in sewer fees.

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