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Ashworth guilty of second degree murder

19-year-old convicted by jury for July 2019 slaying in Clarksville



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Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Police

South Hill DMV closed June 18 till 1 p.m.

The South Hill Department of Motor Vehicles Customer Service Center at 206 South Brunswick Avenue will be closed the morning of Friday, June 18 until 1 p.m. for technology upgrades. When offices are closed, customers may continue to conduct DMV business through, DMV’s automated telephone service at 1-888-337-4782 or the mail.

Lundy appointed to open Mecklenburg supervisor’s seat

South Boston News
Claudia H. Lundy
Retired educator Claudia H. Lundy will take a seat next month on the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors. She will be the first African American woman to serve on the board.

Bluestone High School senior awards presented

South Boston News
Bluestone High School principal Lindell Palmer congratulates W.E. Moore Outstanding Senior Award winner Lindsay Tuck.

Local police agencies participate in Clickit or Ticket

South Boston News
On May 28, the South Hill Police Department along with partners, Virginia State Police and the Mecklenburg Sheriff Department held a road check in the westbound lane of Highway 58 Bypass near the old asphalt plant. VDOT provided a message board to remind motorist to Buckle Up for Safety. This has been our fifth year in our joint effort to remind travelers during the Memorial Day weekend to Buckle up and Don’t Drink and Drive. During the summer months you can expect more checkpoints and saturation patrols to be out in force to encourage drivers and passengers to Click it or Ticket and DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE.

HRH participates in the Paternity Establishment Program

South Boston News
The Virginia Paternity Establishment Program is designed to help unmarried parents assure that the father’s name appears on the birth certificate. The process is easy, free of charge and important to the child. Pictured are the birth registrars who, at Halifax Regional Hospital, help parents complete the necessary paperwork. From left to right are Carol Pattarini, Sheila Francis and Ben Woosley.
The birth of a child is an exciting time for parents. But what if the parents are not married? The Virginia Paternity Establishment Program is designed to help unmarried parents assure that the father’s name appears on the birth certificate, and at Halifax Regional Hospital and other hospitals throughout the state, the procedure is important, simple and free.

Chase City’s Estes Center featured on Public Radio

South Boston News
Fred Echols, host of WVTF All Things Considers, conducts interviews recently for the station's feature on Chase City's Estes Community Center.
Recently The Estes Community Center in Chase City was featured on WVTF’s (Virginia Public Radio) All Things Considered.

Park View High School presents senior awards

South Boston News
Carole Nelson, interim superintendent for Mecklenburg County Schools, was the guest speaker at the Park View High School Awards Day.

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