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Mecklenburg > South Hill

South Hill VEC office set to close

In spite of posting one of the highest unemployment rates among Virginia counties, Mecklenburg will lose its Virginia Employment Commission Workforce Center on March 31.

South Hill Farmers Day successful

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Seed spitting was the name of the game during Saturday's Farmers Day in South Hill. The day featured a tractor parade, toilet seat toss and other activities.

Farmer’s Day Saturday in South Hill

Saddle up for a day of fun at Farmer’s Day this Saturday in South Hill by taking a pony ride or a horse and buggy trip on the trails and fields of Centennial Park.

South Hill’s Colonial Theatre staff introduced

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The new staff for the Colonial Theatre were introduced Tuesday during a meeting of the South Hill Chamber of Commerce. upon its opening in the near future. Members of the staff are Eric Sadowski, technical director of the Colonial Theatre who comes to the Colonial from Kirby Theater in Roxboro, N.C.  He will be sound and lighting director and also has numerous connections with people in the theater and music industry.  Lisa Jordan is a former educator and comes to South Hill from a job at the National Park Service in Petersburg and will be the director of the welcome center, art gallery and ballroom, South Hill mayor Earl Horne, Kathy Palmer who has been active in theater productions for many years, and Bill Solari who will be assistant to Doug Wright,the new director of Community Theatre. Already the group is planning on upcoming shows and productions, with workshops and auditions planned for January and February. Members of the chamber also toured the facility. (Lisa Clary photos)  

South Hill mulls bow hunting to thin out deer

Deer may face a new nemesis under a South Hill Town Council proposal to allow bow hunting in town.

CMH helps animals of the Gulf Coast oil spill

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CMH employees gather towels to send to the Gulf Coast. From left, Alice Williams, EVS Laundry Tech, Mike Hankins, Director of EVS, Phyllis Taylor, EVS Area Tech, and Tim Bennett, EVS Floor Tech.
The oil spill in the Gulf Coast has been the worst spill in US history and has disrupted many people’s lives in ways we cannot imagine. However, people are not the only ones affected by this disaster. Many animals and organisms have been devastated by the oil as it flows in to the ocean and reaches the coastlines. Mike Hankins, Environmental Services (EVS) Director at Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH), and some of the EVS staff wanted to help but they were unsure how a few people at a hospital in Southside Virginia could do anything almost a thousand miles away.

Canadian firm buys Brodnax Mills

A Canadian-owned textile company, buoyed by economic development incentives, has taken over operations of the ailing Brodnax Mills.

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