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Dollar General makes major donation to Sinai Elementary

First and second grade students filled the Sinai Elementary School cafeteria in Halifax Wednesday morning to see the unveiling of a surprise that even Principal Kevin Neal didn’t know about. 

Search for missing man extended to Sunday

If search and rescue teams from across the state are unable to find any answers on Saturday pertaining to the disappearance of 61-year-old James Oliver Brown, a Mount Laurel community resident who has not been seen since Thanksgiving Day, the search will continue into Sunday.

Man airlifted after wreck

A 61-year-old Scottsburg man was airlifted to Lynchburg General Hospital on Monday afternoon after being extricated from a single-vehicle wreck that occurred shortly after noon on Dryburg Road.

Missing man’s whereabouts still a mystery

Search and rescue teams from across the state will join local search and rescue teams Saturday at 8 a.m. to resume the search for 61-year-old James Oliver Brown, a Mt. Laurel community resident who has not been seen since Thanksgiving Day.

Mega Million mania grows

Friday evening lottery players waited with tickets in their hands only to find that no one would win the jackpot that has since rose to $636 million.

Using 3-D printing technology, class creates hand for girl

Riding her bike and snow skiing are in the future for a sixth grader born without fingers on her left hand, thanks to an early Christmas present she’ll never forget. 

‘Obamacare’ may impact volunteer firefighters

Thanks to Obamacare’s “employer mandate,” volunteer firefighters from all across the country may find themselves getting swept into the national health care reform law whether they like it or not.

Missing man search called off

With no new leads, a search continued on Friday for 61-year-old James Oliver Brown, a Mt. Laurel community resident who has not been seen since Thanksgiving Day.

Friday fire leaves Clover mobile home destroyed

A Friday afternoon fire destroyed a mobile home in Clover.

Virginia Uranium puts mining campaign on hold

Opponents of uranium mining received an early Christmas present Saturday when Virginia Uranium Inc. announced it will temporarily abandon its efforts to end the moratorium on uranium mining and will not back legislation to that end in the upcoming legislative session of the General Assembly.