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The Invaders return to South Hill to rock the town

The Invaders will return for a 50th reunion show on Saturday, June 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Centennial Park Amphitheater in South Hill. The event is free admission…

Tuck Enterprises building on US 360 destroyed by fire

An early morning fire Thursday that totally destroyed the former Tuck Enterprise building on US 360 resulted in an estimated $500,000 loss.

Closing the gap

Using abandoned TV ‘white space,’ high-tech partners provide free educational broadband to 100 area homes – with many more to come


Comets survive to play another day

Barker’s single in 11th inning sends Halifax to regional semis





Mecklenburg > Clarksville

Clarksville preps budget for fiscal year

Flagged water readings in Clarksville no cause for concern, Council told

Dig in for a Spray Park

South Boston News
Lifting the ceremonial first shovels of dirt at Occoneechee State Park’s new spray park are Del. Tommy Wright, state Sen. Frank Ruff, Clarksville Mayor Kevin Allgood, Secretary of Natural Resources Molly Ward, First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe, Gov. Terry McAuliffe, DCR Director Clyde Cristman, Tom Smith, Assistant DCR Director, Rochelle Altholz, Deputy Director of Administration and Finance Craig Seaver, Director of State Parks, Occoneechee Park Manager Scott Shanklin and USACE Chief Ranger Sherry Storm.

Wine and water, together

South Boston News
Organizers estimate that 1,500 people enjoyed this year’s Clarksville Lake Country Wine Festival, held for the first time on the 58 Business Bridge over Buggs Island Lake. The festival began Saturday at noon and went off without a hitch as guests sampled wines from 16 of Virginia’s premier wineries, brews from four craft breweries, food and entertainment. (Blakely Swanson photo)

‘Smart’ funds sought for problem crossing

Clarksville will look to improve traffic safety at the intersection of Highways 15-N and 58-E at the Route 58 Business bridge by seeking state transportation funds to untangle the flow of traffic at the busy crossing.

Premier wines, fun times overlooking the lake

Clarksville eyes building upgrade at marina

Design calls for conference room, office space overhaul

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