HCHS National Honor Society inducts new members

Making their case

Park View students take their complaints about Thornton to supervisors

Tattoo shop owner, second suspect jailed following raid

Men charged with wounding, abduction; police continue investigation after drugs, ammunition found at Clarksville residence

Urn thief gets extra year in Lunenburg

Clint Anthony Reamey, 43, of Chase City will serve an additional year in prison after being convicted in Lunenburg Circuit Court of selling 162 bronze urns that he stole from Crestview Memorial Park in South Hill.

State exhibit features women history makers, including Brunswick justice

Each year Virginia celebrates National Women’s History Month with a traveling exhibit that recognizes outstanding women, past and present, who played an integral part in the development of Virginia. Until May 11, that exhibit is on display at the Southside Regional Library in Boydton.

Cuccinelli backs off from Star Scientific tax case

Responding to public pressure to step away from a legal proceeding involving a political benefactor, Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli announced Friday that his office will recuse itself from Star Scientific’s tax lawsuit in Mecklenburg County Circuit Court against the state of Virginia.

Supes hear more about roads, tourism

The Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors has deferred a decision on which, if any projects to add to the local six-year road improvement plan, with Supervisor Bill Blalock arguing that action should await further study of the county’s traffic patterns and a better understanding of the paving options that VDOT offers.

Band on the run

Time for some spring cleaning — if, for no other reason, to clear out the backlog of recent headlines.

Dragon kickers topple Barons

The Park View Dragons won their rematch with the Bluestone boys soccer team, 5-0, in action last Wednesday in South Hill.

Fielding miscues lead to 16-0 loss

Fielding woes continue to bedevil the Park View varsity baseball team as the Dragons committed seven errors en route to a 16-0 loss to Tunstall High School on Friday.