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Real estate, personal property tax payments due to treasurer by Dec. 6

Greeting Santa at open house

Ex-hospital worker guilty of embezzlement, cash laundering

Marketing employee gets 45 days

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Pickup overturns, occupants injured

South Hill Town Council sets June vote on budget

South Hill Town Council will vote next month to enact a budget for the upcoming fiscal year that holds the line on taxes and fees and raises overall spending three percent over the past year.

Chase City adds pay raises to proposed 2011 budget

Chase City Town Council will hold a public hearing 7 p.m. Monday, June 7 on a proposed $1.95 million general fund budget that would hold the line on taxes and fees and give employees a 3.5 percent raise.

Two charged with armed robbery at residence

National Day of Prayer

South Boston News
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The National Guard Armory will filled to capacity at The National Day of Prayer. Singer song writer Jimmy Fortune was guest speaker for the annual event. (Danny Lamberth)

Bygone days return to Noland Village

South Boston News
NOLAND COUNTRY FAIR DAY IS SATURDAY — Antique tractors, music and food, beautiful horses and lots of activities await visitors to Noland Village Country Fair Day, slated this Saturday in the lovingly preserved village in the Providence community. Below, the Blanks family would like to welcome everyone to the festival, held at the intersection of Cole's Ferry, Morton's Ferry and Lake Conner Roads. Pictured are Keister Blanks, Butch Blanks, Nannie Blanks, Aubrey Blanks, Carolyn Blanks Slayton and Dorothy Blanks Allen. (Danny Lamberth photo)
It’s here again ... Noland Village Country Fair Day, celebrated each spring in the Providence community. This year’s event is set for this Saturday, May 8 and takes place at the intersection of Cole’s Ferry, Morton’s Ferry and Lake Conner Roads.

Not just another quiet day at the library

South Boston News
Clockwise, Morgan Bright, Summer Bohannon, Abigail McGuire, Levi Bohannon, (arm of) Caedmon Russell, Joseph McGuire and Stinnett McGuire take in the beautiful illustrations as Eileen Barbieri reads “Saint George and the Dragon.”
“Saint George and the Dragon” enchanted a new generation this spring when librarian and actress Eileen Barbieri dramatized the classic tale for a group of home-schooled children.

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