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Halifax COVID-19 count stays steady, but cases continue to mount in region

No tax hikes proposed for Halifax town budget

Man injured in Sinai Road shooting incident


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High school athletic trainers focus on the whole student-athlete

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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.

South Hill remembers Memorial Day

South Boston News
Veterans stand at attention during Monday's Memorial Day program in South Hill. The program was presented by American Legion Post 79 and featured Capt. Robert Alexander, U. S. Army, 240th Quartermaster Battalion from Fort Lee, as the guest speaker. (Lisa Clary photo)

The Tractors are coming, The Tractors are coming

South Boston News
Wayne Smith gets his tractor ready for the upcoming 80-mile round trip Tractor Parade to John H. Kerr Dam and back. The parade will begin at Smith's farm on Buckshoal Road on Saturday, June 12.

Buffalo Junction woman dies in ATV crash

Passenger injured in Friday crash

Rebecca Marie Crawley, 49, of Chase City, was injured Friday evening when a Toyota T 100 driven by Lawrence Oliver Hayes Jr., also of Chase City, hit the car she was driving on Route 677 three miles east of Route 92.

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