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Library board, bar members discuss law library move

New member, Sam Knapp, takes seat

Jury finds Waddle guilty in dog maiming trial

The defendant, Michael Waddle, was convicted of three counts, including felony animal cruelty in the brutal beating death of Noodles, a pet hound.

Banister in the spotlight with Wild Blue River Festival


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Sellers late model champ at SBS

Sellers secured the track championship with fourth-place and second-place finishes in Saturday night’s pair of 75-lap late model races at SBS.

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Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Police

Mixed bag with SOL test scores

A new center for learning

South Boston News
Members of the Clarksville community and Southside Regional Library System celebrated the expansion of the Clarksville library with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday. Renamed the Burnett Library and Learning Center, the facility has 65 percent more space for reading and instructional programs. Doing the ribbon-cutting honors is Joan Burnett (holding scissors), a retired longtime government teacher and wife of the late Benjy Burnett, mayor of Clarksville. Also on hand was Mildred Jolly, seated, who was recognized by program emcee Dr. Charles Lee as a staunch supporter of the Clarksville Area Public Library. After a short program, guests toured the renovated wing, which has been open to the public since mid-July. (Tom McLaughlin photo)

$5 billion gas pipeline to cut across Southside

Brunswick lies in project path; officials hail economic impact

Clarksville makes plans for sewer upgrades, streetscape work

Mecklenburg County jobless rate rises to 9.2 percent

Deputies respond to rash of holiday thefts

Thornton presents cost estimates for single Mecklenburg County high school

Mecklenburg County Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Thornton spent part of the August meeting of school trustees presenting his own analysis of the cost to build a new consolidated high school in Mecklenburg County in response to a recent analysis put forth by County Administrator Wayne Carter.

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