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Recognitions, school calendar top meeting agenda for trustees

Council goes forward with SBVFD addition

Mecklenburg supes enact gun sanctuary resolution

Packed house cheers passage of Second Amendment declaration


Swimmers excel in multi-team, dual meet action

Comet boys defeat Appomattox 59-25 at home Tuesday, girls prevail 59-19





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Government

Sleepiness blamed for Thursday night accident

Body found in Mecklenburg County pond identified as Taylor

The body found on Sept. 4 in a pond on Trinity Church Road has been positively identified as that of Jeremiah Taylor, of South Hill.

Clarksville man dies after wreck

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FATAL ACCIDENT — Rescue workers tend to the victims of a Friday afternoon accident on U.S. 58 involving a tractor trailer rig and a Cadillac sedan. Three days after the collision, Harold Beck of Clarksville died at Duke Medical Center. (Contributed photo)
An 88-year-old Clarksville man died Monday after suffering major injuries in an accident with a tractor-trailer rig near Finchley on Friday.

Remains turn up in pond

The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office dive team on Saturday afternoon recovered the body of a man inside a red SUV submerged in 10 to 11 feet of water in a pond on Trinity Church Road.

Thornton: 4,646 students show up on first day of school

Mecklenburg County Superintendent of Schools James Thornton yesterday blogged that “4,646 students including pre-k came through our doors this morning eager to learn” on Mecklenburg County’s first day of school for the 2010-11 year.

Gunshot wound inflicted at shopping center

A 49-year-old Skipwith man was airlifted to MCV Medical Center in Richmond on Tuesday afternoon after suffering a gunshot wound to the chest.

Monday is deadline for input on Clarksville’s cove project

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Will Harlan of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers stands above the shoreline behind the Best Western Motel in Clarksville where slips to accommodate 30 boats would be built as part of the proposed cove project.

Residents who want to weigh in on the proposed Clarksville cove project have until Monday, Sept. 13 to contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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