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South Hill Council reviews draft budget

CANDIDATE PROFILES: SOUTH HILL

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South Hill candidates, from left, the two contenders for mayor, Dean Marion and Stuart Taylor, and town council candidates in Ward 3, Glenn Allen and Lisa Jordan. The three other candidates for seats in Ward 3 — Shep Moss, Gavin Honeycutt and Joseph Taylor — were featured in an earlier edition of The Sun.

Parade tribute

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The Town of South Hill held a South Hill Strong/May Day Parade on Friday to honor dedicated and hardworking first responders and medical personnel in the area. The South Hill Police Department, South Hill Volunteer Fire Department, Southside Rescue, VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital, local health care agencies and Town of South Hill Public Works employees were on hand for a parade of vehicles through town. The procession continued through residential neighborhoods so spectators could step outside and wave from their homes while enjoying some fresh air. (Lisa Clary photo)

Hospital resumes elective procedures after pause

South Hill Farmers Market now part of Makers Market

RALLYING IN SUPPORT OF BRIAN’S

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Members of the South Hill community are rallying around Ronnie Wells and Carleen Wells after their iconic restaurant, Brian’s Steakhouse, burned down last week. Members of the South Hill Rotary and Lions clubs managed to pull the club’s scorched figurines from the ashes over the weekend. They also saved the Rotary and Ruritan bells, but all of the pieces — housed at the restaurant, a longtime gathering spot for civic organizations — sustained some damage. Meantime, signs posted at the burn site demonstrate the support for the restaurant and its employees. Businesses including Touchstone Bank, Memory Makers, New to You Consignment and Trinity Custom Apparel are raising funds to help. Henry Edmonds of Xtreme Signs & Graphics placed the sign in front of the restaurant on Atlantic Avenue. Edmonds invites the public to “show your support and go sign it.”

South Hill offers aid to businesses, residents

Utility rates decreased, loan pool established

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