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South Boston Police sued for $25 million in Richmond man’s death

The South Boston Police Department is facing a $25 million federal lawsuit with the death two years ago of a 46-year-old African-American man whose family alleges he died of cardiac…

Martin: ‘Second set of eyes’ to review facts in Lambert probe

The Halifax County Commonwealth's Attorney office has brought in a special assistant, Richmond prosecutor Michael Herring, to weigh evidence in the death of Linwood Lambert, whose family has sued the…

Wilborn gears up to run for Board of Supervisors

A third candidate is looking to run for the Board of Supervisors in ED-5, joining a field that already includes incumbent Barry Bank and challenger Joseph “Joey” Rogers.

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Midshipman recounts path to Naval Academy

Worner named new director of YMCA

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HELL ON WHEELS

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Hells Angels Motorcycle Club taps Buggs Island Lake as site of annual convention, with riders expected to roll into Clarksville at end of July

CROSSING of trouble

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This 2006 Toyota Corolla was declared a total loss following the accident. (Susan Kyte photo)
Car smashed and spun by tractor trailer at U.S. 15-58 intersection

Coming together to fight cancer

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Participants in the 2015 Clarksville Relay for Life fundraiser gathered at Robbins Park Friday for activities that took place throughout the day and late into the night. Cancer survivors and their supporters took a lap around the park, enjoyed a reception at the Clarksville Communituy Center prior to the event, and gathered after daylight fell to witness the Luminaria ceremony, in which paper ornaments are laid out over the field and lit in memory of those lost to the disease. (Susan Kyte photos)

Enjoying a day of wine and water

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The chance to sample the region’s finest wines, combined with pitch-perfect weather, yielded the largest turnout for the Lake Country Wine Festival in its history. Saturday’s event in Clarksville featured 14 regional vineyards, craft brewers, restaurants and food vendors and shopping promotions throughout the Virginia Avenue business district. A crowd pegged at 1,500 people enjoyed the festival. (Susan Kyte photos)

More than a man to the manor born

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Bev Skipwith at the Clarksville Sesquesentenial celebration in the late 1960s, where he won the contest for best beard.
‘Bev’ Skipwith, last of his line born at Prestwould, carved out his own legacy as a father, husband

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