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Jobless rate ticks up to 7.1 percent

More people find work during month of May, but swelling labor force outpaces gains

Halifax police gain lifesaving devices

Village Association merchants donate funds for squad car defibrillators


Errors doom Post 8

Locals fall to 7-2 with Martinsville defeat






Divided again, Mecklenburg trustees proceed with search for superintendent

Doubts raised on legality of School Board meeting


South Boston News
The town dock in Clarksville, normally attached to its fixed pier, was recovered near Old Rock Road. (Susan Kyte photo)
Clarksville town dock, boats float away after storm blows through; repairs expected in time for Lakefest

Clarksville adopts budget, with sewer increase

Clarksville Town Council adopted the town’s new comprehensive plan and a $2.86 million budget during its monthly meeting, June 16.

Mecklenburg selected as one of 20 for tourism program

South Boston News
These local representatives have completed an intensive series of tourism product development workshops, making Mecklenburg one out of only 20 Virginia communities to earn a place in the DRIVE Tourism workshop program. Front row: Heather Keeton (Hite’s Clothing), Diana Ramsey (MacCallum More Museum & Gardens), Sandra Tanner (Virginia Tourism), Justin Kerns (Mecklenburg County Tourism), Angie Kellett (Mecklenburg County Economic Development), Nichol Cooper (Cooper’s Landing Inn & Traveler’s Tavern). Back: Michael Womack (US Army Corps of Engineers), Ann Taylor Wright (The Taylor~Wright Farm), Gina Mull (Mecklenburg County Economic Development), Jeff Jones (Town of Clarksville), Ben Spence (Town of Brodnax), Jay Ratia (Best Western Plus South Hill), Walter Beales (Historic Boydton Renaissance) and Patricia Eastwood (Virginia State Parks).

Mecklenburg County completes tourism marketing workshops, creates development plan

Tanner: Choice of new school chief can’t wait

School Board chair points to law requiring appointment by 180 days, tells supervisors to check with attorney before offering advice.

Mecklenburg School Board stymied by lack of members

Susceptible in the past to infighting, the Mecklenburg County School Board faces a new problem: mustering enough trustees to conduct business.

Deep roots: Methodists celebrate founding of Boydton church more than 230 years ago

South Boston News
Walter Beales III accepts a book about the Taylor Kinfolk Camp Meeting from the Rev. Joseph Thornton, guest speaker at the Homecoming service at Boydton United Methodist Church on Sunday.
Members of Boydton United Methodist Church traced the history of their congregation back more than 230 years at a Homecoming celebration this Sunday — with the help of a direct descendant of a Methodist church founder from the Colonial era.

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