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South Boston Town Council meets Tuesday

Comet girls, boys advance in region playoffs

Both the HCHS varsity baseball and softball teams prevailed Thursday in Region 5-A north quarterfinals action.

Schools wait and watch as bathroom debate rages

Halifax has not confronted issues of transgender access, but that could change anytime

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Up next for the Comets ... Mountain View

The winner moves on to the Region 5-A north region finals, where both finalists advance to the 5-A state semifinals the following weekend.

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Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

Divide over footprint of Mecklenburg school facilities persists

Some want separate high schools, others argue for consolidation as La Crosse, Clarksville crowds speak

Staten takes top award

South Boston News
Destiny A. Staten received the prestigious W.E. Moore Award as outstanding Bluestone senior at the awards program this week in Skipwith. Seniors at Bluestone and Park View will receive their degrees at graduation ceremonies this Saturday at both county high schools. With Staten is superintendent of schools Paul Nichols.

Fostering hope, one child at a time

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Chase City school initiative began with a realization of the woes that kids face

Tale of two meetings: one vocal, one quiet

Eleven residents spoke during the two-hour meeting May 11 at South Hill Elementary that drew a crowd of more than 100 people. Of those who spoke, nine were in favor of a plan to build two new high school facilities, one at either end of the county. Only two were in favor of a single consolidated high school. In Chase City the next night, no one shared their views.

Mecklenburg trustees honor teachers, students as school year draws to close

South Hill speakers float in-town school option

Some express preference for facilities tailored to eastern end

One school facility for grades 6-12 proposed in Mecklenburg

Looking to minimize tax bite and leave money for operating needs, officials mull one school to replace four

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