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Service set Friday for late Councilman Billy Clarke

Pedestrian suffers life-threatening injuries in Route 501 hit-and-run

Virginia State Police are investigating a Friday morning hit-and-run in northern Halifax County at the Staunton River and Campbell County line that sent a pedestrian to Centra Lynchburg General Hospital.…

Remains of Emma Compton Layne identified; leads sought in homicide

Human remains found in the Nathalie area in November have been positively identified as those of Emma Compton Layne of Cody, who has been missing since June 20, 2017.

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One Dixie for all

Scottsburg merges with Halifax County Dixie Youth to form one countywide league

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Chase City citizen of the year

South Boston News
Joseph Epps, right, an active volunteer in a number of Chase City organizations, was named the town’s Citizen of the Year Thursday by the Chase City Chamber of Commerce. Presenting the award is chamber director Baxter Rutledge.

Wilsons tapped to lead Chase City Yule parade

South Boston News
Harold and Joan Wilson were named grand marshals of the Chase City Christmas Parade at the annual Chamber banquet. With them is executive director Baxter Rutledge. (Susan Kyte photos)
Chamber bestows annual awards at Thursday banquet

A gated entrance just like the original

South Boston News
The restored gate at MacCallum More

Police, family ask help to find man’s killer

Bailey offers $500,000 to town, hinging on county action

Tobacconist says he wants to give back with ‘Grasshopper’ solar farm

Repairs ready to go forward at Jonbil site

CHASE CITY’S TIME TO SHINE

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The Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Pavilion in Chase City was packed Saturday as fans of wine, moonshine and the Worx Band poured into town for the third annual Shine & Wine Festival. Created to promote local businesses and to draw visitors to town, the moonshine-and-wine tasting has grown into a regional showcase for wineries and distilleries in Clarksville, Nellysford, La Crosse, Amherst and Chase City. The event also features locally-produced crafts and gourmet foods. On Saturday, local radio broadcaster Greg Thrift deejayed through the early afternoon, until the Worx Band out of Lynchburg took to the stage to perform a mix of ‘80s, country and contemporary hits. Angie Dickenson, one of the founders of Chase City Special Events, which stages the festival, said she was pleased to see how the event has grown in popularity with each year. (Susan Kyte photos)

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