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Man indicted for strangulation, attack

Mecklenburg County grand jury weighs in against 26 suspects

Thomas leaving Chase City practice

Thomas gave no reason for her resignation or any indication of where or when she might resume her practice of medicine.

Unity urged around goal of marketing county to outsiders

Unity urged around goal of marketing county to outsiders

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Comet soccer improves to 7-0

The Comet varsity boys’ soccer team improved to 7-0 this season with a 4-1 non-district win over Park View Monday.

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Mecklenburg > South Hill

CMH turns to VCU for partnership

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Richmond-based university system agrees to invest $75 million in new hospital facility, other health care improvements in region

Misplaced chemical kicks up toxic fumes

After 11 were hospitalized, one person released next day

South Hill gets in gear to become a TESLA station

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A Testa Model S parked in front of South Hill Town Hall, a possible prelude to the town becoming a stop on the electric car maker’s nationwide charging network.
In the turning-heads category, it’s hard to top the vehicle that was spotted tooling around South Hill on Monday.

Urns go missing, again, at Crestview Memorial Park

Thefts suspected in South Hill and at other burial facilities

South Hill driver dies in one-car crash

Making his rounds

South Boston News

The jolly old elf, Santa Claus himself, put in an overdue appearance at the South Hill Christmas Parade on Sunday, one week later than usual after the parade was postponed due to inclement weather. Marching bands, including the Park View Marching Dragons, provided some of the parade’s top highlights. Also on Sunday, Santa was spotted at Boyd Tavern sipping tea with Open House guests.

Crowder lauded as ‘Ghost of the River’

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Top,the South Hill Public Works team, builders of the Max Crowder monument at Whittles Mill, pose with their handiwork. (Lisa Clary photo)
Historian, author and chronicler of the Meherrin honored with park dedication

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