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Blood drive held in honor of infant born prematurely draws overwhelming response

Armed robber gets nearly five year term

County receives three bids for Clover school property


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Elizabeth Leggett at the 2015 University of Richmond graduation
Recent college graduate Elizabeth Leggett will spend upcoming year with Rwanda relief program

South Boston council meets tonight

South Boston Town Council will gather in work session this afternoon at 5:45 p.m. on Council Chambers on Yancey Street at which time members will be introduced to two new town employees. They will meet new police officer Treavor Richardson and animal control officer Allison Dixon.

Public’s help sought in ballpark break-in

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The South Boston Police Department has released a photograph of the culprit in the latest break-in at the Dixie Complex, seen in the lower left hand corner of the image. Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call (434) 575-4373.

We’re No. 2 – or maybe not

The Town of South Boston found itself in the Internet limelight last week — making the Top 10 on a very dubious honors list, Roadsnacks' Ten Most Dangerous Places in Virginia, placing second. But is the ranking deserved?

South Boston revises burial policy

South Boston Town Council on Monday approved an amendment to the Town Code which will allow for more than one set of remains to be placed in a single burial plot. The change will apply to plots in all three of the town-owned cemeteries — Oak Ridge, Rose Garden and Memorial Gardens.

Musicians provide the backdrop for ‘Anything Goes’ at The Prizery

Everyone wins with Summer Theatre

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Top, Becky Frohlinger and her Angels in the current Prizery Summer Theatre production of Anything Goes. Above, Elliott Smith. (David Conner II photos)
As another season of The Prizery’s Summer Theatre program comes to an end, it is time to review the impact of the event over the course of the summer and the past five years.

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