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Nana’s Attic has been a small business in South Hill for just a year and like many local businesses, they have felt the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The South Hill Revitalization Committee will kick off Operation Clean Up Day on Saturday, October 3. The event will take place on the upper field in Centennial Park from 9 a.m. to noon. 

SOUTH HILL- Park View High School seniors Jared Cruz and Luke Richey have been named Commended Students in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program, Principal Dominique Sturdifen announced this week. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC…

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RICHMOND — Seven Virginia public schools are among the 367 schools named today as 2020 National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education. The Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors high performing schools and schools making exemplary progress toward closing achievement gaps.The Vi…

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The South Hill Rotary Club welcomed Jon Evans, Manager of the new Microtel in South Hill as guest speaker recently.  The all-new 88 room Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham is now open on Arnold Drive in South Hill and he updated the club with some of the amenities being offered by the new …

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Paul Nichols opened the Mecklenburg County School Board meeting on Monday night with a progress report from the first two weeks of face-to-face and virtual learning.  Mecklenburg County was one of the few counties in the state that decided to have some of their students return for classroom …

Earlier in the month The South Hill Enterprise ran an article about the state of Westview Cemetery on Halifax Street in South Hill. Many of the graves are in terrible condition with some starting to sink into the ground and others with collapsing headstones. Remembrance trees planted by fami…

Park View High School teacher, Vicki Soyars, has been named Regional Teacher of the Year by the Virginia Department of Education. Region VIII is made up of twelve schools including those in Amelia, Appomattox, Brunswick, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Greensville, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mec…

The Reformed Zion Union Apostolic Church General Trustee Board will sponsor a drive-through fish fry on Saturday, Sept 26, 2020 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 2504 Rocky Branch Road, La Crosse, Virginia A donation of $10 is requested. The menu will be fish, baked beans, cole slaw, hush puppies, ca…

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Kim Callis was presented an award for 20 years of service to the community as a Town employee. Pictured from left to right is Town Manager Kim Callis and South Hill Mayor Dean Marion. (Jami Snead photo)

Paul Nichols appeared before the Board of Supervisors Monday night to soothe concerns over COVID-19 and technical issues the schools had been facing during this first week of virtual learning. Nichols stated that he has been monitoring the COVID numbers in Mecklenburg County, and as of Sunda…

Brunswick Academy is proud to announce Brunswick County’s Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month for September:  William Hunter Greene. Hunter, a Senior at Brunswick Academy, is the son of Kevin and Diane Greene. In addition to earning an Honors diploma, Hunter is currently enrolled in fou…

The Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) department at RIC serve as first-responders for the entire airport community. The individuals who call the RIC Fire House their part time home are highly trained professionals who are not only fire fighters, but also Emergency Medical Technicians …

The Lake Country Detachment #1085 Marine Corps League is hosting the 8th Annual 5K Walk/Run to benefit their memorial scholarship fund. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Corps will be doing things a bit differently this year. They will holding a virtual run with uniformed teddy bears represen…

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The LaCrosse Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will be having a BBQ dinner on Saturday, September 26, 2020 from 3PM-6PM. Plate will consist of BBQ, cole slaw, baked beans, roll, dessert and soda or water. $10 a plate, drive-thru only. 

Clarksville held a "Trump Boat Parade" on Sunday, September 6. The boats were scheduled to run from Satterwhite to the Clarksville Bridges beginning at 1:00p.m.

Westview Cemetery sits on Halifax street in South Hill and serves as a final resting place for several local veterans and prominent figures. Many of the graves are in terrible condition with some starting to sink into the ground and others with collapsing headstones. Remembrance trees plante…

In June, the Clarksville Lake Country Chamber of Commerce made the decision to reschedule the 43rd Annual Lake Festival from its usual mid-July date to September. The Chamber Board of Directors stated that the decision was made, "with a heavy heart,” due to concerns regarding the Coronavirus…

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The Mecklenburg County Public Schools Facebook page has put out a detailed list of expectations for both students and parents for the 2020-2021 school year. As Paul Nichols put it in his latest web series video, “we will start a school year like no other.” 

Todd Howell, Vice President of Professional Services, VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital presented Sandra Pearce, Respiratory Therapist, the VCU Health CMH STAR Service Team Member of the Month Award for August.  There to congratulate Sandra was Donna Jarrell, Director of Rehab Services …

In August the South Hill Rotary Club will celebrated membership month. The members will be talking to people in the community about joining the club. Rotary offers many benefits, but it especially gives business people a chance to network with one another and what each offers their community…

Southside Virginia Community College (SVCC) has received the Gerald L. Baliles Rural Virginia Horseshoe Initiative Award from the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education to increase high school and college completion.  The award was renamed to honor the legacy of Gerald L. Balile…

In July of 1990, a twenty-five year old musician, father, and farmer took his opportunity to serve his community with the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office. Offered the position of jail deputy by former Sheriff, Harold Harris, James Snead embraced his career change and poured his heart and…

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Mecklenburg County Public Schools Superintendent Paul Nichols has made a 6-part video series addressing concerns about school reopening and remote learning for the 2020-2021 school year. The first four videos were released on August 20, and detail information for full-time students at the el…

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On Friday, August 28th, Deputy James Short was dispatched by the Mecklenburg Emergency Communications Center to Simmons Truck Stop in Bracey. Three black male suspects entered the establishment to play the gaming machines. Two of the suspects acted as look outs while the other suspect, who h…

In August the South Hill Rotary Club will celebrated membership month. The members will be talking to people in the community about joining the club. Rotary offers many benefits, but it especially gives business people a chance to network with one another and what each offers their community…

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RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA --  Tahlia Donye Cypress of South Hill is among the 136 graduates that Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law conferred Juris Doctor degrees upon in May. An Honors and Awards Convocation was held virtually on May 29 and can be seen at the following …

As everyone is aware, The Mecklenburg County Business Partnership, Inc. usually hosts a dinner to honor the new teachers that are hired to teach in Mecklenburg County Public Schools. The purpose of this program is to help these new teachers become familiar with local people and businesses wh…

The South Hill Moose Lodge Chapter 2035 recently elected new officers for the 2020-2021 and is also holding a membership drive by offering no application fees from now through September 30, 2020 for both men of the Moose Lodge (join for $55 a year ) and Woman of the Moose (join for $40 year)…

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LAWRENCEVILLE – The Brunswick County Board of Supervisors rejected the bid received from Clary Construction to remove the Confederate monument from courthouse square and will advertise again soliciting bids for the work. The bid totaled $33,300: removal of monument - $26,500, restoration of …