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Top, MacCallum More Museum and Gardens executive director Cat Graham releases a Painted Lady butterfly into the gardens as part of the Arbor Day celebration Friday at the Chase City landmark. Graham said these butterflies are easier to sustain than their large look-alikes, the Monarch Butterfly. Monarchs live on the nectar from flowers while the Painted Ladies prefer sugar water, Graham said. With the new MMMG Butterfly Garden, there are not enough flowers currently available to sustain a colony of Monarchs. Above, Jeremy Satterfield, with the Microsoft’s Tech Spark initiative in Southside Virginia presents Chase City Mayor Alden Fahringer and MMMG board member Sarah Hall with a $5,000 check from Microsoft to help cover the cost of maintaining trees in the garden. (Susan Kyte photos)

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

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Kaprisha Hargrove, COO and director of Save Our Future, a mental and behavioral health center in Chase City.

Restoration of portraits moves forward

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Richmond Conservation Studio employees carry the portraits of Chase City founder George Endly and his wife Narcissa into the studio where they will be restored under the watchful eye of lead conservator Lorriane Brevig.

Purposeful Journey opens doors to café, youth center

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Chase City Mayor Alden Fahringer, left, and Purposeful Journey founder Dwight Ashe welcome the crowd to the opening of the Chase City youth center.

Reviving a town father

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Museum aims to repair portraits of Chase City founder, wife

Chase City preps budget with no tax hikes, pay raises

Chase City imposes $100 annual fee for vacant sites

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