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Wilson: I had no idea what was coming

South Boston town manager resigns $108,000 post after Council presents difficult ‘choices’

Pulling off the open road for food and chat

Catching up with a pair of Hells Angels

Forfeiture sale wins judge’s approval

Action comes as Farley responds to government plea to auction assets

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Enthusiasm expanding overall for Comet gridders

Halifax County High School football took a step forward a year ago, and head coach Kenneth Day and his staff found a way to improve the overall enthusiasm for the…

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Mecklenburg sheriff offers assurances ahead of Hells Angels convention

Mecklenburg County sheriff Bobby Hawkins assured members of Clarksville Town Council that local law enforcement will be prepared for 1,000 to 1,500 members of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club who are spending the week in Clarksville for their annual convention, the USA Run. The convention begins today, July 29, and runs through Aug. 2.

Move over Lakefest, here come the Angels

South Boston News
Law enforcement, town 
officials brace for onset of motorcycle club’s national conference by the lake

A GRAND AFFAIR

South Boston News
50,000 brave July conditions to enjoy Lake Country’s party of the year

Professionally playing in the sand at Lakefest

Balloons are a hit as always, but with an expanded ridership

Afterfest generates positive vibe on Lakefest Sunday

Afterfest, which introduced two new events to Lakefest attendees who stayed in Clarksville Sunday following the festival, received positive reviews from all who participated.

Dim future for Clarksville coal-burning power plant

South Boston News
The Mecklenburg Power Station, formerly known as the Clarksville Co-Gen plant, is on the chopping block as Dominion projects how it will meet electricity needs in Virginia over the next 15 years while complying with the EPA’s Clean Power Plan. If carried out, the plant’s shutdown would cost Mecklenburg County nearly $380,000 in annual tax revenues, based on current tax rates.

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