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Pitching in to help with pitchers of lemonade

South Boston News
Susanna Manton and Jackson and Jeb Medlin have been selling lemonade to raise money to purchase mulch for Boydton’s newest park on Hull Street.
Sweet deal: A refreshing summer treat to raise money for Boydton playground

One dead, one injured in Boydton incident

Two bodies found on the ground; police investigate
 suspected homicide-assault

Microsoft plans free WiFi around Boydton

BOYDTON HOSTS ITS BIG DAY(s)

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
A big crowd flocked to the courthouse square this weekend with the 41st annual Boydton Days celebration. The three-day event began Friday night and ended with the Sunday Vespers service, with Saturday’s parade and street fair drawing the largest audience. Top, Tinker Gill drove an antique fire truck in the Boydton day parade, which was led by the Garnett family, this year’s grand marshals. Above, members of the Dance It Out school in La Crosse man a table while crowds roamed the street fair. For more on the Boydton Days weekend, see our article and photos, page A3. (Susan Kyte photos)

Boydton Day arrives this weekend

Boydton Day is almost here

41st annual event Oct. 27-29

Boydton firm uses social media to aid disaster relief

South Boston News
Chris Thompson trains military officials on the use of social media to aid with humanitarian disaster relief.

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