The SHOPS of South Hill has awarded two of their interns with college scholarships. Enijah Clark and Mark Arrington both have expressed interest in marketing careers and have helped the Shops … Read more

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Several teams of members worked for several days to get the filed ready and due to the lack of rain it took extra time and manpower but the sight of 200 flags flying in unison makes for a spec… Read more

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The Pool will open Saturday May 29th 2021. It will be open from 11:00am-6:00pm. Members will sign in at the office and enter the pool from the double doors there. You will exit the pool from t… Read more

COVID-19 Alerts

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There will be a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Saturday April 3rd at 9 a.m. at Park View High School located at 205 Parkview Circle in South Hill. This event is open to any qualified individual ages 18 and up. In order to receive your vaccine, you must register before 5 p.m. on Friday, April…

The top-seeded Park View High School boys soccer team cruised by eighth-seeded Lakeland HS 8-0 on Monday evening in South Hill in a VHSL Class 3, Region A quarterfinal contest.

The second-seeded Park View High School softball team crushed seventh-seeded Phoebus HS 18-4 in five innings on Monday evening in a 3A regional quarterfinal contest in South Hill.

The third time did not prove to be the charm as the sixth-seeded Park View High School varsity baseball team saw its season come to an end after falling 7-1 at third-seeded Southampton HS on M…

It has been more than a week since local star Odicci “CC” Alexander and the James Madison University softball team were eliminated from the NCAA Women’s College World Series in the semifinals,…

The Park View junior varsity baseball team wrapped up its campaign with a 5-0 loss on the road at Windsor HS in a Tri-Rivers District contest last Tuesday afternoon.

The announcers on ESPN called James Madison University’s 4-3 eight-inning win over No. 1 Oklahoma on Friday in the 2021 Women’s College Softball World Series the biggest upset in college softb…

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The regular season did not end the way the Park View High School varsity baseball team had hoped after falling 5-4 in eight innings at home to Windsor HS last Tuesday evening in South Hill.

The Park View High School girls’ soccer team picked up its first win of the season with a 6-3 victory over Bluestone HS last week.

It has been quite a track season for former Brunswick High School standout Aniya Seward and former Bluestone HS standout Frank Csorba at the University of Lynchburg.

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The Park View High School varsity baseball team captured a pair of wins on the diamond last week to improve to 7-4 overall and 5-3 in the Tri-Rivers District.

The Park View High School junior varsity baseball team put up a valiant fight but fell 12-10 to Randolph-Henry in a non-district contest at Dragon Field on Thursday evening.