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PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER

With Boydton segment, Tobacco Heritage Trail is 1.1 mile closer to completion

Clarksville gets more time for Cove Project

Thieves posing as MEC employees prompt warning


Sports

Comets: Low-key, but ambitious

Coach, team will leave the talking for the field

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Opinion

Belk buyers stress desire to build on its traditions

Charlotte, N.C. retailer with local store – and historic South Boston ties – sells to private equity firm for $3 bill

Cancer Association moves to new Halifax office

South Boston News
From left: Edward Farmer, Patricia Seat, Michelle Epps (fundraising coordinator), Cynthia Haugh, Patricia Whitlow, Teya Whitehead (Cancer Resource Center, Lawrenceville, Va.) Dana Mayo, Sharon Blosser (Director, HCCA Patient Services), Calvin Williams (HCCA Board President), Jennifer Laughorn, Jack Dunavant, Ed Owen (South Boston Mayor), Kristy Johnson (Halifax Mayor), Cathy Carter, Michael Lipford, Brenda Lipford, Denise Barksdale (Assistant Town Manager of Halifax), Edna Guthrie, Stuart Comer (HCPD) and the Rev. Dave Cline (Grace Baptist Church).
Main Street location acquired with the help of late anonymous patient

Scam callers demand bill pay for power

Two injured in separate Saturday crashes

Hospital sets construction start Oct. 3

Groundbreaking for 70-bed VCU-CMH
facility slated at 73-acre building site

PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER

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Top, enjoying a quiet Sunday stroll along the Tobacco Heritage Trail in Boydton. ABove, Clerk of Court Gene Coleman, a self-described railroad fan, shared his memories of the days when the trains would stop at the site of Boydton’s Tobacco Heritage trailhead. He said it was fitting that the trail, much of which is built on rail beds no longer in use, should have a trailhead at this Boydton train stop. (Susan Kyte photo)
With Boydton segment, Tobacco Heritage Trail is 1.1 mile closer to completion

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