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Keysville Business Closes After 41 years

Keysville Business Closes After 41 years

By Crystal Vandegrift, Staff Writer KEYSVILLE – After 41 years in business, Heidi Ho of Keysville has closed. The contract sewing company closed mid-March, and the building has been sold…

Baseball Tournament This Sunday

Baseball Tournament This Sunday

Proceeds to Benefit Colton Osborne Scholarship Fund By April Hall, Staff Writer KEYSVILLE – A baseball tournament will be held this Sunday, April 2, to benefit the Colton Osborne Scholarship…

Charlotte Co. Youth Soccer Unveils New Crest, Looks Toward Future

Charlotte Co. Youth Soccer Unveils New Crest, Looks Toward Future

By April Hall, Staff Writer CHARLOTTE COUNTY – Charlotte County Youth Soccer (CCYS), which has been in existence since 2003, has seen much growth through the years, and with that…

Flingin’ Some Spring! 4-H Festival Ushers In Warmer Weather

Flingin’ Some Spring! 4-H Festival Ushers In Warmer Weather

Story & Photos by Shelley D. Sheets, For the Southside Messenger CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – On Friday, March 10th the Charlotte County Extension Office hosted the 4-H Spring Festival. All…

The Wonderful, Colorful World of Art

The Wonderful, Colorful World of Art

By Claudia Koch, Staff Writer CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – The most colorful place in Charlotte Court House right now, although the spring-blooming trees are glorious, is the art exhibit at…

Colton Osborne Memorial Bench Presented to R-HHS Athletic Department

Colton Osborne Memorial Bench Presented to R-HHS Athletic Department

By April Hall, Staff Writer CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – The Charlotte County Varsity Patriots football team, with the help of Teresa Dunaway (Team Nanna), Phinon Hurt, Brooke Letterman, Wendy Tucker,…

Mossingford Baptist Church Celebrates 152nd Anniversary

Mossingford Baptist Church Celebrates 152nd Anniversary

SAXE – Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 3:00 p.m., the Mossingford Baptist Church congregation celebrated their church’s 152nd Anniversary.   Rev. John Craighead, pastor of the church, presided during this…

Local Author Gives Book to Bacon District Elementary Students

Local Author Gives Book to Bacon District Elementary Students

On February 23rd, Mrs. Tucker’s and Mrs. Worner’s classes got a real treat in the library.  They were visited by a local author!  William McCargo, retired teacher from Randolph-Henry High…

Charlotte Adult Learning Center’s Book Nook Getting a New Look

Charlotte Adult Learning Center’s Book Nook Getting a New Look

Submitted by Jamie Ruff CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – Ask Joyce Nelson and she’ll tell you that things are happening in the Charlotte Adult Learning Center’s Book Nook. Big things. Like…

Garrett Visits Randolph-Henry

Garrett Visits Randolph-Henry

On Friday, March 3, Congressman Tom Garrett came by to talk to seniors at Randolph-Henry High School about issues in the 5th district. He stayed for about an hour and…