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Still hoping for a break in the case

12 years after disappearance of Hattie Gertrude Brown, police issue appeal for info to bring closure to her family

Classes that will keep you up at nights

Survey of Horror course offered through higher education center

22-year-old Chase City man slain in South Boston

A 22-year-old Chase City man was slain early Thursday morning while sitting in a four-door Ford on Gygax Avenue in South Boston.

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Comets avenge season’s only loss

Baseball team beats Tunstall 1-0 on road

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Testy exchange marks Chase City meeting

Bike show draws throngs to Chase City

The South Central Bike Fair drew more than 2,000 bikers and spectators to Chase City for a weekend of rallies, rodeos, poker runs, and a bike show.

Chase City adopts status quo budget

The Town of Chase City on Monday adopted a $1.95 million general fund budget that holds the line on taxes and fees and give employees a 3.5 percent raise.

Chase City’s Estes Center featured on Public Radio

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Fred Echols, host of WVTF All Things Considers, conducts interviews recently for the station's feature on Chase City's Estes Community Center.
Recently The Estes Community Center in Chase City was featured on WVTF’s (Virginia Public Radio) All Things Considered.

Clarksville, Chase City hold Memorial Day services

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Clarksville and Chase City held Memorial Day services Monday. The Clarksville program was held at the Mecklenburg County War Memorial. (Alta LeCompte photo)

Town keeps water plans

Conversion from municipal wells to a surface water system is a “done deal,” Chase City Mayor Eddie Bratton told an overflow crowd at a special called meeting Monday at Town Hall.

Chase City takes new look at water deal

Community uneasiness about abandoning town wells has prompted Chase City Mayor Eddie Bratton to schedule a special called meeting of Town Council on 6 p.m. Monday, May 17 to review “the implications of making a water source change.”

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