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No let-up in recriminations for Mecklenburg County School Board

Trustees argue over call to oust Bullock, Thornton; lawyer intervenes

Clarksville recognizes volunteer effort

Nunn named recipient of Kathleen Walker Lifetime Achievement Award

Clarksville makes list of Top 10 Virginia destinations for Christmas vibe


Comets easily handle Tunstall 57-39

Face Person Saturday in final tuneup before Classic





Mecklenburg > South Hill

Old reliables hailed

South Boston News

The South Hill Volunteer Fire Department has answered 468 calls this year, many times led by members 63 years or older. To recognize these stalwart volunteers, SHVFD Fire Chief Rosser Wells presented a special t-shirt recognizing them as the Geritol Crew. The presentation took place at the department’s Christmas Banquet Saturday night in South Hill. Pictured: Grady Waters, who is 66 years old and has answered 312 calls in 2014; James Kidd, who is 68 and has answered 400 calls; Jimmie Walker, 67, with 316 calls answered; D.T. Vaughan, 64, with 218 calls answered; and at 63 years of age, Chief Wells, 365 calls answered. These dedicated volunteers were recognized by members of the SHVFD for their many years of combined service protecting the community. For more fire department honors, see page C6. (Lisa Clary photo)

Investigation outcome wins praise for Halifax officer

South Boston News
Members of the Halifax Town Police force presented their chief, Kevin Lands with a watch for Christmas and a plaque expressing their gratitude for his leadership. Shown with Lands are officers Michael White, Jared Florence and Sgt. Stuart Comer.
Comer credited for solving burglary, gun ring case

CMH receives go-ahead to build new hospital

South Boston News
CMH-VCU CEO Scott Burnette, shown in the foreground with John Duval, CEO of MCV Hospitals, VCU Health Systems, pressed for state approval of a new hospital in South Hill at an October public hearing.
Groundbreaking just months away for new $100 million hospital

South Hill parade just one of many moments to see Santa

Full lineup for the season in town

No helmets, but Park View pursues offer for new lockers (UPDATED)

Change in plans spurs criticism

Park View crowns King, Queen on Homecoming

South Boston News

Park View High School seniors Dejahnae Coleman and Jonathan Drummond were crowned the school’s Homecoming Queen and King during halftime festivities Friday evening. From left are: Nigel Stanley, 2013 Homecoming King; Maurisha Lewis, 2013 Homecoming Queen; Coleman; Drummond; and principal Paige Kindley.


South Boston News
Players from Park View and Surry met a mid-field and surrounded Jamond Salley’s jersey number before the game started to have prayer. (Mike Moseley photo)
Monday's return to the football playing field for the Park View Dragons brought forth remembrances of late teammate Jamond Salley.

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