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Mecklenburg supervisors air complaints on school project cost

After bids come in over
budget, board members
 question architects’ work

Boydton Day envisioned as ‘one to remember’

HCHS upkeep plan to be aired

Responding to concerns about the run-down state of the high school, the Halifax County School Board will hear a plan Thursday night for ongoing maintenance at a new or newly…


Lions win district championship





Mecklenburg > South Hill

Maker’s Market packs ‘em in

South Boston News
Crowds waited in line to sample the products and foods sold at the Maker’s Market in South Hill, which celebrated its grand opening Thursday.
Local food movement gets a boost with grand opening

South Hill Council takes steps to boost renovation project forward

South Hill unveils new logo

South Boston News

Family sues police after taser-related death in 2017

South Hill Police, Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office named in lawsuit filed U.S. court

South Hill budget plans draw no public comment

Fresh and early from the farm

South Boston News
The South Hill Farmers Market opened Saturday with a record number of vendors and shoppers on hand. More than 400 people shopped with the 35-plus vendors for produce, arts and crafts, breakfast and lunch specialties, baked items, jams, honey, fresh eggs and meat items and much more. In tandem with the farmers market opening, the SOVA Makers Market across the street also welcomed customers in search of locally-sourced, handcrafted foods.

Operation Clean-Up draws a big turnout in the Town of South Hill

South Boston News
An estimated 200 volunteers turned out Saturday at Centennial Park in South Hill to take part in the town’s first-ever Operation Clean-Up, organized by the South Hill Revitalization Committee. Groups of volunteers fanned out in town to pick up litter, each assigned one of 10 zones for community beautification work. The SHRC and Town of South Hill provided bags and vests to help the volunteers work safely cleaning up streets around town. Church groups, organizations, businesses, schools and individuals all took part in the effort, enjoying a free lunch and music at Centennial Park when they were done. (Lisa Clary photo)

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