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Donation to help fund original Randolph-Macon College restoration

South Boston News South Boston News
Bumps (Landon H.) Carter presents a check for $10,000 to Old Brunswick Circuit Foundation representative Walter Beales III. The Foundation is the new owners of the site of the original Randolph-Macon College in Boydton. Once the debt is retired that purchased the property, attention will turn towards stabilizing the brick building that remains on the property. (Alta LeCompte photos)
Bumps (Landon H.) Carter on Thursday presented a $10,000 donation to the Old Brunswick Circuit Foundation, the new owner of the Boydton site of the original Randolph-Macon College.

Microsoft pursuit pays off

South Boston News
A helicopter ride over Buggs Island Lake in June may have been the charm that clinched Microsoft’s decision to acquire the Boydton Industrial Park for a new generation, internet-based data center.

Microsoft construction expected to employ 250

Microsoft has chosen Holder Construction Group LLC as its general contractor for the construction of an internet-based data center on U.S. 58 near Boydton, an anonymous local source said Monday.

Health Care on the Square celebrates 25 years

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Top, Health Care on the Square held its 25th anniversary celebration Aug. 11 and employees gathered for a photo for the special day. Above, Landon H. “Bumps” Carter presented a gift of $20,000 to Health Care on the Square during its 25th anniversary celebration. This generous contribution will greatly benefit the Health Center so it can continue to serve the health care needs to the Mecklenburg County community. Health Care on the Square serves people of all ages — from infant to geriatric, people who have private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or even no insurance. The center is not a free clinic and patients are seen by appointment only. Its mission is to provide affordable, compassionate, and excellent health care in a safe, professional and ethical manner.

Mecklenburg County dangles park for $2 million

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The Mecklenburg County Industrial Development Authority agreed Friday to sell the Boydton industrial park to an unnamed buyer for $2 million, an indication the county may be closing in on a major data center project believed to involve computer-industry giant Microsoft.

Town of Boydton receives $1 million community development block grant

The Town of Boydton has competed successfully for a $1 million Community Development Block Grant for the Hull Street Project.

Boydton backs RRSA’s position on water resources

The Town of Boydton is backing the Roanoke River Service Authority’s bid to obtain a guaranteed water allocation from John H. Kerr Reservoir.

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