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Election do-over raises hackles

South Boston reverses move to November voting; Wyatt-Younger wins bid for vice mayor

South Boston sets aside cigarette tax decision for 90 days

Four more metal detectors deployed at HCHS, HCMS


Dixie Boys 2-0 in state action




Stagecoach solar project stirs fears in northern part of Halifax County


South Boston News
The Halifax County Courthouse after the cutting of the hardwoods at the courthouse square. A clump of trees on the northern end of the property will not be chopped down with the renovation, say those involved in the project.
After tree cutting last week, those still standing will remain

Heroin-like substance seized at N.C. state line

Healthy Harvest Community Garden awarded $48,000 grant

South Boston News
Representatives from the Healthy Harvest Community Garden received a grant award from the Virginia Department of Health, State Office of Rural Health on June 21. The garden project evolved from Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital’s most recent community health needs assessment and the county’s designation as a low access food area. The garden will help provide healthy food and working through local food pantries will provide better access. From left, Clarissa Pacheco, SHIP/Flex program coordinator, Virginia Department of Health; Stewart Nelson, vice president and CFO for Sentara Blue Ridge Region; Faith O’Neil, marketing and public relations consultant; and, Deborah Knight, planner/strategist for Sentara Healthcare.

Halifax County’s Jeremy Jeffress named to NL All-Star team

South Boston News
Former Comet Jeremy Jeffress, now pitching for the Milwaukee Brewers, is headed to Tuesday night's Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Washington, D.C. after being named a replacement player on the NL squad.

Election do-over raises hackles

South Boston News
Council members Bill Snead, Winston Harrell and Sharon Harris
South Boston reverses move to November voting; Wyatt-Younger wins bid for vice mayor

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