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10 years added to burglary sentence

Leonard to depart as Halifax IDA director

Matt Leonard, executive director of the Halifax County Industrial Development Authority, will be departing the position Nov. 1 in a decision that the IDA describes as “mutually agreed” upon.

Halifax County dodges a bullet with Florence

Riverdale floods, but it could have been much worse


Comets squander the win

After blowing sizeable leads, Comets fall to Tunstall 43-29 in district opener





Mecklenburg > Clarksville

Would-be Burlington developer arrested

Justin French, the developer who had hoped to bring green industries into the idled Burlington plant in Clarksville, was arraigned Monday in Richmond General District Court on nine felony counts.

Water symposium on tap today in Clarksville

The Virginia Advisory Committee to the Roanoke River Basin Bi-State Commission will meet 10 a.m. today at the Clarksville Community Center to complete its deliberations on options for allocating the remaining water stored in John H. Kerr Reservoir.

Registration continues for Kerr Lake Symposium

More than 75 have registered to attend the upcoming Kerr Reservoir symposium at the Clarksville Community Center on Aug. 19. The session will begin at 8:30 a.m.

Fund-raiser for The Complex brings community together for a hoedown

South Boston News
Country Hoedown and Auction , a fund-raiser for the Clarksville Enrichment Complex, will be held Saturday, Aug. 21 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The Mecklenburg County Community Services Corporation (MCCSC) will be holding their fifth annual charity “Auction Night” on Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. with a good-old “Country Hoedown” as its theme to bring the Clarksville area community together for a night of fun, and at the same time to support its new Clarksville Enrichment Complex.

Schedule of activities announced for Clarksville water symposium

Officials have released the schedule of events for a one-day symposium in Clarksville on Aug. 19, organized to provide citizens and public officials throughout the Roanoke River Basin the opportunity to learn more about why the Kerr Reservoir is managed the way it is, how requests for future water allocations will be processed, and what is being done to ensure that its multiple benefits are sustainable.

Powerful system sweeps through Clarksville

South Boston News
A massive oak lies where it was uprooted by high winds during a thunderstorm Sunday night at the Morgan home on the outskirts of Clarksville. (Alta LeCompte photo)
An oak tree with three trunks crushed a van and a pickup truck at the home of Ken and Sally Morgan of Overview Terrace on Sunday evening when the second violent straight line storm in two weeks ripped through portions of western Mecklenburg County.

Clarksville’s hopes dim for sewer grant assistance

Clarksville’s hopes of receiving a generous federal grant to repair and update its aging sewer system have faded.

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