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Sentara Halifax earns ‘C’ on safety review

Leapfrog organization upgrades ratings

Wreck causes heavy damage, ties up traffic

Higher ed foundation receives major gift

Bequest from Armantine Leggett bolsters SVHEF

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GOP primary on tap next Tuesday

The seven Republican candidates seeking their party’s nomination for the Fifth District Congressional race in November are making last minute appeals to the voters leading up to next Tuesday’s primary vote. The June 8 ballot is open to all voters as Virginia does not register voters by party.

Dead carp float up at Buffalo Park

Biologists from the U.S. Army Corps of Army Engineers, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality are working together to determine the cause of a mysterious malady that has killed hundreds of carp near Buffalo Park.

Brodnax man convicted of bank robbery

A Mecklenburg County Circuit Court Jury on Thursday found Robert Earl Tippens Jr. of Brodnax guilty of robbing Wachovia Bank in Clarksville two days before Christmas in 2009.

Van crashes through Uppy’s front window

School division stays with Anthem medical policy

The Mecklenburg County School Division will continue to offer Anthem health insurance to employees. The employees’ premiums will remain at the current level when the fiscal year starts July 1, but one HMO plan option will change.

Clarksville, Chase City hold Memorial Day services

South Boston News
Clarksville and Chase City held Memorial Day services Monday. The Clarksville program was held at the Mecklenburg County War Memorial. (Alta LeCompte photo)

From dream to reality

South Boston News
Community leaders and elected officials give a cheer as the ribbon is cut signifying the completion of the $1.2 million Clarksville Enrichment Complex.
In just minutes, 200 guests filed from the sunlight-drenched, glass-enclosed lobby of The Clarksville Enrichment Complex into the even brighter afternoon sun, witnessed a ribbon cutting precision-organized by Joe Davidson of the Mecklenburg County Community Services Corporation and Linda Williams of the Chamber of Commerce, and returned inside to cool off and celebrate.

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