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Chase City Council marks first year for town manager

FAMIS, K-12 funding on Assembly agenda

Wright, Ruff review upcoming session with Mecklenburg supervisors

Mecklenburg supervisors correct solar permit flaws


Park View tops Franklin

PV varsity boys open season with 6-0 record





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Police

Landfill contractor added to lawsuit complaint

The regional landfill authority’s fraud case against Shearin Construction Inc. will be heard in court and the Authority will be permitted to add Jeffrey Tharpe, husband of Shearin president Tricia Tharpe, to its complaint.

Supes approve cell tower, with condition

The Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors on Monday authorized construction of a cell tower to end cell phone blackouts on U.S. 58 but imposed a stipulation that could kill the project.

Clarksville to host water symposium

A one-day symposium in Clarksville slated for Aug. 19, will provide citizens and public officials throughout the Roanoke River Basin the opportunity to learn more about why the Kerr Reservoir is managed the way it is, how requests for future water allocations will be processed, and what is being done to ensure that its multiple benefits are sustainable.

Two killed in Charlotte County auto accident

Two Brookneal residents died at the scene of a head-on automobile crash in Charlotte County last Friday. Pronounced dead a the scene were 41 year old Charles E. Hamlett, Jr. of Brookneal and a passenger in his vehicle, 87 year old Elizabeth L. Hamlette.

Testy exchange marks Chase City meeting


Big dreams, diligent effort and hard-won progress will be celebrated when the Southside Rescue Squad, Inc. marks its 50th anniversary this Saturday, July 10 beginning at 11 a.m.

Despite economy, farm values rise

Mecklenburg County property owners hit with higher assessments will have an opportunity to appeal to the Board of Equalization at a series of hearings scheduled for July 13-August 31.

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