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Microsoft gives devices to Mentor Role Model

Halifax budget rises with grant-funded projects

Water main break floods streets in South Boston

A water line break Wednesday morning at the intersection of Moore Street and North Main in South Boston sent water gushing through the neighborhood, forcing the full or partial closure…

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Buffalo Junction blaze takes heavy toll

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HOME LOST TO FIRE — The Coleman family of Tuck Lane near Buffalo Junction lost their home to fire Saturday morning. Family and neighbors joined hands in prayer, thanking God that no one was injured in the blaze that started in the kitchen and quickly flared up through the roof. Firefighters from Midway, Clarksville, and Boydton battled the blaze and brought out treasured possessions to family members who sat at a picnic table in front of their charred home.

Palmer sets retirement as Bluestone principal

Lindell Palmer, principal of Bluestone High School, is retiring following a 39-year career with Mecklenburg County Schools.

Officials seeks water deal by state

The economic development committee of the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors on Monday agreed that Virginia and North Carolina should negotiate an agreement to buy the remaining water allocation in John H. Kerr Reservoir.

School Board agrees to budget reduced by $5 mil

The Mecklenburg County School Board on Thursday adopted a $43.5 million budget for the coming school year, almost $5.3 million leaner than the current one.

Morgan Lumber gets $900,000, tentatively

Pending final approval of an amended application, the Virginia Tobacco Commission will help Morgan Lumber Company of Red Oak acquire a $900,000 piece of emission-reducing equipment to be installed as part of a $4.2 million expansion project.

Tobacco Commission OKs funds for uranium study

The Virginia Tobacco Commission approved up to $200,000 for a socioeconomic study of uranium mining and milling during its meeting Thursday at the Hotel Roanoke.

VCCS chancellor to speak to dual enrollment students

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Dr. Glenn Dubois
Dr. Glenn DuBois, chancellor of the Virginia Community College System, will be the guest speaker at the Dual Enrollment Dinner of Southside Virginia Community College on May 13. The event will honor the highly motivated, exceptional students from local high schools who will graduate from SVCC before receiving their high school diplomas in 2010.

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