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Halifax County supervisors talk courthouse, finances at panel meeting

Vernon Hill child critically injured in wreck; driver charged with DUI

A nine-year-old child was critically injured in a single vehicle crash Saturday afternoon on State Route 360 near Thompson’s Store Road, near Vernon Hill.

One person killed, two seriously injured in Virgilina-area collision

A 31-year-old Virgilina man died Thursday night in a head-on traffic collision on Route 602 in Halifax County. The accident left two others with serious injuries, with both airlifted to…

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Chase City designates bank, preps for festival

Mayor pays tribute to late manager; day care center coming to Chase City

Bratton named Chase City interim town manager

Chase City mourns loss of its ‘linchpin’

Town manager Ricky Reese dies at age 60

Fostering hope, one child at a time

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Chase City school initiative began with a realization of the woes that kids face

Chase City unveils budget, talks up property matters

South Boston News
Property owner Justin Smith says he has made no decisions on what to do with the razed site on Main Street in Chase City — a topic of discussion at Monday’s meeting of Chase City Town Council.

Loving message at new Chase City park

South Boston News

Artist Steve Leach joined members of the Future of Chase City committee — Debra DeSantis, Lisa Gillispie and Chase City Police Sgt. Will Stembridge — to dedicate the town’s pocket park at the corner of Main and Second Streets in Chase City. The dedication took place Saturday morning ahead of the town’s Earth Day cleanup, at the corner site where the old Leggett Department Store was torn down after its roof collapsed. The park has been made possible by various companies, business leaders, and students at Bluestone High School who built benches and flower boxes, painted walls and installed mulch to beautify the area. Chase City Art Club founder Elsa Christina Gailor received funding from the Virginia Tourism Corporation for the Love Arch — designed and fabricated by Leach — that marks the entrance to the park. Local iron worker and sculptor Fred Cartwright added his work entitled “Hang Your Hat and Stay Awhile.” (Susan Kyte photo)

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