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Upgrades sought at three Mecklenburg elementary schools

Architects present options for overhaul of Chase City, Clarksville and La Crosse schools

Truck rolls off, nearly plunges into lot below

Clarksville’s lakefront motels come under new ownership

Major change ahead for Lake Motel, Magnuson

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Waller places second in VHSL state meet in high jump, long jump


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South Boston asked to help with Day Complex upgrade

Improvements, needed fixes listed for Council

Police chase down, arrest suspect in malicious wounding, thefts

CROSSING INTO THE VIRTUAL

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Top, Members of the Sons of the American Revolution show off a replica ferry boat patterned after those used to transport Gen. Nathanael Greene’s forces across the Dan. The ferry boat is being displayed in the parking lot of the South Boston-Halifax County Museum. Darryl Addington, above, representing of the Sons of the American Revolution of North Carolina, appeared in period costume for the Zoom celebration of the 240th anniversary of the Crossing of the Dan. (Liza Fulton photos)
Via Zoom, history of Dan River crossing includes opening of new museum exhibit

Police seeking info on fugitive

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Firefighters hailed for 50 years of dedicated service

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Barry Anderson (top photo, center) and Steve Phillips (middle photo, center) were honored this week by the South Boston Fire Department for 50 years of service. In both photos the honorees are flanked by SBFD Lt. J.B. Walker and Deputy Chief Dwight Spangler. In the bottom photo, Evan Irby is presented the Chief's Award by Chief Phillips. Irby also received the First Responder Award given by the SBFD.
Two firefighters were honored for giving a half century of service to the South Boston Fire Department as the SBFD — after a delay due to the coronavirus — honored their own.

Retired officer honored, transit request funded

South Boston council meets tonight

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