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Stack comes down at Cotton Mill site

SVHEC receives tobacco grant to boost nursing ed training

Memorial benefit for Laitkep family June 25


Baseball, softball advance in regional tournament





Mecklenburg > Clarksville

Clarksville draft budget holds line on taxes

Water rate stays same, but sewer bills would rise

Town steps up efforts to improve visual appeal of properties

Clarksville honors fallen police officers throughout town’s history

Furnishings store hit by runaway car

Longtime council member Yuille dies

MeadowView Terrace celebrates expansion

South Boston News
Mildred Jolly of Clarksville, a resident at Sentara MeadowView Terrace, cuts the ribbon to open the facility’s new 18-bed expansion named Dogwood Trail. (Susan Kyte photo)
Long-term care facility adds 18 beds, rehabilitation gym


South Boston News
Despite blustery winds of up to 40 mph and unseasonably cool temperatures, the Clarksville Lake Country Wine Festival drew more than 1,200 people who turned out for the 10th anniversary event Saturday in downtown Clarksville. Even after the Wine Festival was moved off the planned location on the Business 58 bridge — and the seaplane landing was cancelled due to the stiff winds — folks had a good time sampling the wines of 16 vintners, along with food and craft beers. The event also featured music and art by local talent. (Susan Kyte photo)

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