10/05/15 - 1:16 pm
10/05/15 - 7:24 am
Light flooding, downed trees and power outages reported as Southside copes with heavy rainfall
10/05/15 - 7:18 am
Tonight’s session will begin at 6:30 in the second floor meeting room of the Bethune Complex.
10/08/15 - 6:57 am
Halifax County High School varsity football can still enjoy a positive season, but the Comets will need a turnaround effort at Martinsville Friday.
09/23/15 - 7:06 am Mecklenburg ccp
Lawson Creek Grass played its final show with the current lineup Saturday night at the Prizery in South Boston. The band, consisting of Joe Dawson, Butch Dawson, Danny Fitts, Greg Long, Bud Cole, Keith Prevette and Charlotte Prevette, bid farewell to the Prevettes, who will be leaving the band. Lawson Creek Grass formed four years ago and has produced two CDs. (David Conner II photo)
05/23/10 - 7:14 am Halifax > The Prizery
The works of local artist Emily McKenney Thompson are currently on display in the Bellwood Café at Halifax Regional Hospital. The display showcases the artist’s creative use of a variety of mediums and techniques. The exhibit will remain throughout the month of June.
05/21/10 - 9:34 am
Now on display on the Wall of Art in the Bellwood Café at Halifax Regional Hospital are the works of Emily McKenney Thompson. In a variety of mediums, the exhibit provides a sampling of the creativity and skill of the young artist.
The Richmond Symphony returned to the Prizery Thursday night for its annual Spring visit. Erin R. Freeman returned as conductor. Thursday's performance was made possible by a grant from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and sponsorship from Dr. Richard Allen Tri County Gastroenterology, Simmons and Associates Realty and Barbara and Walter Bass. One of the nation’s leading regional orchestras, each year it gives more than 100 performances to 125,000 listeners. Founded in 1957, the Symphony just named a few months ago its fifth music director, Steven Smith. (David Conner II photo)
05/20/10 - 8:51 pm Halifax > The Prizery
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