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Sheriff’s Night Out held

Members of the Sheriff’s office took part in a tug of war competition. At right, Sheriff Royal Freeman ...

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Does County need a new law for buggies?

By Faith Redd The Charlotte Gazette In October 2021, a pickup truck hit an Amish buggy in Cumberland ...

Celebrations

Sheriff’s office spreads positivity

The Charlotte County Sheriff’s office and the Victim Witness Assistance Program sponsored a Sheriff’s Night Out on Tuesday, ...

Local

Solar profits to reduce taxes

With four solar projects now approved for the county the board of supervisors (BOS) set out during its ...

Lifestyles

Fundraising gala set for State Fair

Country meets glamor for a good cause at the annual Black Tie & Boots fundraising gala at 6 ...

Business

Economic impact jumps for Virginia wine

A new study finds the economic impact of Virginia wines to be an estimated $1.73 billion as of ...

Food & Fitness

Master Gardener training

The Charlotte County Extension Office will offer a computer-based, self-paced, independent Master Gardener study beginning on Sept. 8 ...

Local

Marching Statesmen prepare for football season

The Randolph-Henry Marching Statesmen have been back in action this summer, preparing for a fantastic fall season. Despite ...

Local

South Boston Speedway looks to 65th anniversary

South Boston Speedway has scheduled a variety of late-season events as it looks ahead to its 65th anniversary ...

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Beware of rental housing scams

Renting a home or apartment is a big expense that could be an even bigger one if the ...

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