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Murder suspect in Halifax County turns himself in

The suspect in a Friday night shooting that claimed the life of a man at a Cluster Springs residence has turned himself into authorities.

Teen stands trial for Clarksville murder

19-year-old held in 2019 killing of Anthony Raekwon Roberts faces first and second degree murder charges

Save Our Future seeks to carry out mission, one healthy mind at a time


Comets falter twice in volleyball doubleheader





Mecklenburg > South Hill

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.

Canadian textile firm to locate in Mecklenburg County

Régitex USA LLC, a manufacturer of made-to-order ring spun and open end yarns, will invest $1.5 million to open a manufacturing operation in Mecklenburg County. The company will acquire and upgrade an existing textile plant, creating 60 new jobs.


Big dreams, diligent effort and hard-won progress will be celebrated when the Southside Rescue Squad, Inc. marks its 50th anniversary this Saturday, July 10 beginning at 11 a.m.

Government reform panel to host town hall meeting in South Hill

South Hill will host a public town hall meeting next week to give local residents a chance to offer input on state government reforms sought by Gov. Bob McDonnell.

South Hill celebrates Independence Day

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A large crowd was on hand Friday for South Hill's 14th annual Picnic in the Park celebration. The event features skydivers, food, fireworks and music from the Fast Lane Band. (Lisa Clary photos)

South Hill woman guilty of second-degree murder

Mecklenburg County Circuit Court Judge Leslie Osborn Tuesday found Kimberly Andrea Reese, 46, of South Hill, guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Paul Revere Bennett.

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