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Reyes to run for Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors

Mecklenburg’s 911 telecommunicators honored at banquet

Mecklenburg County put years into development of 911 emergency calling


Park View takes two of three

Park View blanks Southampton, splits doubleheader with Nottoway





Mecklenburg > Chase City

Suspect at large in Chase City shooting

South Boston News
Victim flown to VCU-MCV for treatment of wounded leg

Chase City water cut-offs draw concerns

Packed audience presses Council, town manager on Gurley’s firing

South Boston News
At Monday night’s meeting of Chase City Town Council, town resident James Borowski received a Certificate of Appreciation from Mayor Eddie Bratton for helping save the life of a neighbor. According to the Mayor, Borowski was out walking his dog when he discovered a neighbor who had collapsed on the ground. Borowski quickly called 911. Investigator Michael Jordan and Police Chief Jay Jordan were the first to respond to the call. They provided appropriate first aid until medics arrived and transported the individual to the hospital. In commending all three men, Bratton said, “We offer our appreciation for a job well done, yet seldom acknowledged.” Above, from left: Mayor Bratton with Chase City resident James Borowski, CCPD Police Investigator Michael Jordan and Chief Jay Jordan displaying their certificates of appreciation.
Ouster of Chase City public works director draws heated commentary

Danville man gets 30 year term for death of Bluestone student

Ouster of town public works chief draws fire

Gurley departs abruptly, and many in Chase City rise up in his defense

Chase City wins grant for police body cams

Chase City amends town code for non-compliant properties

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