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Budget or bust: Schools run risk of $1M giveback

Division short of money for pay hikes, some mandated

Squad leaders: ‘We’re not going to make it’

With fewer volunteers and more calls, rescue squads request funds for paid staff

Hemp: Real deal or flash in pan?

Many take wait-and-see approach on hemp growing until state writes regulations


Comets clobber Martinsville 23-0

The pitchers are throwing strikes and the defense has been strong. And the offense has been fairly potent.





Season comes to end for Dragons in playoffs / May 27, 2015

The Park View Dragons saw their baseball season come to an end Monday with a heartbreaking loss in the conference playoffs to Southampton, 11-0.

Against the sixth-seed Indians, third-ranked Park View simply could not get their act together, between numerous errors and men left on base. Brett Cliborne started out on the mound but after a couple wild pitches in the second inning, Bubba Gosney took over. Tommy Spence went to the ground with a hurt shoulder after chasing a ball hit far to the back of center field.

Southampton took a large lead, unanswered by the PV offense, and Park View’s season came to end when the last batter struck out.

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