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Prizery taps new managing director

Poplar Creek Project envisions affordable, eco-friendly housing

Senate passes up Friday vote on sales tax bill

The Virginia Senate declined Friday to hold a floor vote on legislation by Del. James Edmunds that would authorize Halifax County to hold a referendum on a local sales tax…


Burton, Lee, Palmore, Weddle named to Hall class





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Virginia State Trooper Rob Campbell
When Rob Campbell volunteered to donate bone marrow 18 years ago at Medical College of Virginia, he looked forward to a call.

Halloween in Mecklenburg County

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There was plenty of sweets available for Halloween as hundreds turned out for Trick or Treating in Chase City and Clarksville. (Alta LeCompte photo)

Reception held at CMH Hundley Center

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A reception was held Monday at the newly renamed The Hundley Center to thank the CMH Auxiliary for its gifts of new transport van, outdoor patio and two bird aviaries. October was the 33rd anniversary of the W. S. Hundley Annex. The name changed officially in August. Lisa Clary Photos

Scenes from Boydton Day

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The streets of Boydton were packed for Boydton Day on Saturday. The event drew thousands for the parade and other activities throughout the day. (Alta LeCompte photo)

South Hill holds annual Monster Mash

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A large crowd was on hand for the annual Monster Mash in South Hill. The event included music, food and a costume contest for the kids. (Lisa Clary photo)

Six wounded in gun melee at Brunswick residence

Six people suffered gunshot wounds in a booze-soaked melee that got out of hand early Saturday morning at a Brunswick County home that doubled as a private nightclub, authorities say.

Mecklenburg County supervisor asks town for break on utility fees

Just when it appeared that the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors was ignoring Clarksville’s request for a boundary adjustment, developer Gregg Gordon — also a member of the county board — asked Town Council for a favor that would not be needed had the boundary adjustment been approved.

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