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After tree cutting last week, those still standing will remain

Heroin-like substance seized at N.C. state line

Healthy Harvest Community Garden awarded $48,000 grant


Clarksville Debs advance in state tourney

All-Star girls move towards title with routs of Amherst, Buckingham





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Government

Mecklenburg County supervisors sit on horse park

Representatives of the Boydton Ruritans walked away from the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors meeting yesterday with something close to an apology but no assurances they would receive county property on which to build a proposed horse park in the near future.

Hash let go as Mecklenburg County building inspector

The Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors on Monday voted to terminate the employment of chief building inspector David Hash effective Sept. 15. Persistent rumors have linked his name to a marijuana eradication carried out Aug. 26 by the Southside Virginia Drug Task Force. Hash has not been charged with any crime.

Allgood asks supes to move on Clarksville’s boundaries

Clarksville Mayor Kevin Allgood on Monday appealed to the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors to craft an agreement or compromise on the town’s requested boundary adjustment.

Area legislators give ABC sell-off thumbs down

Gov. Bob McDonnell’s bid to privatize Virginia’s liquor store business appears to be on the rocks in Southside.

Microsoft to put data center in Mecklenburg

Virginia beats out North Carolina for $499 million investment, 50 jobs as software giant chooses Boydton industrial park.

Hurt campaigns in county, hears pitch for tobacco dollars

Mecklenburg County Supervisor Jim Jennings did a little lobbying for Mecklenburg County on Thursday as he escorted Republican 5th District Congressional candidate Robert Hurt on a tour of two tobacco receiving facilities in South Hill.

IDA takes over idle Harden building

The Mecklenburg County IDA has completed the purchase of the former Harden Manufacturing building in the Airport Industrial Park, La Crosse, and plans to renovate and market the facility as soon as possible.

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