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Children’s camp, store site taken up by Halifax County supervisors

Teen dies in hunting accident

ODEC donates $25,000 for YMCA renovations


Bluestone ends first week of JRD play with 2-0 mark

Varsity collects wins over R-H, Cumberland





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

Mecklenburg trustees turn to vendor to save on school energy bills

Audit to determine if elementary schools can be upgraded at no cost

Mecklenburg middle school career planning program explained

Mecklenburg schools face $5 million budget shortfall

Trustees push back at loss of state funding; with money short, Park View assistant principal going back to classroom won’t be replaced

Mecklenburg County trustees stick to guns on two schools

5-4 majority rejects supervisors’ choice of single school complex

Show of civility

South Boston News

Bluestone Middle School students Seth Newton, Zachary Roberts and Emily Rubio — members of Stephanie Liechty’s first block civics class — shared lessons they learned while debating current events in a positive and respectful way. Recently the students were videotaped for a debate on whether teachers should be allowed to have guns in school. The taping was done by Voices of America, a public broadcast service based in Washington, D.C.

Changes looming for local, state academic programs

Stepping away from facilities, Nichols lays out career-focused plans for curriculum

South Boston News
Superintendent appeals for business support

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