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Speakers unload on supes: ‘You should listen’

Frustrations boil over as Halifax County courthouse renovation draws nearer

Going to market

No shortage of unique gift ideas as EGP fourth graders unleash business acumen on the world

More time needed on solar plans, supes say

Developers seek new rule for paying upfront costs


Lady Comets looking towards productive season

Off to quality 2-1 start after beating Prince Edward




‘America’s Outlaw Drink’  featured at the Shine & Wine

David Ellis Martin Band at Trinity Church

South Boston News
David Martin performed a mix of his original compositions and covers Friday during Trinity Church's concert series. Martin was joined on stage by Jon Berry, Justin Butterworth, Joe Pate, C.D. Reaves and Randy Savage. (David Conner II photo)

Philadanco plays the Prizery

South Boston News
Philadanco brought played the Prizery Wednesday night, making up for a planned February performance that had been cancelled due to snow. The dance troupe put on performances on Tuesday for fifth grade students. (David Conner II photo)

Colonial Center coming together

South Boston News
The Colonial Center project in downtown South Hill is coming together nicely, as witnessed by the rehabilitation of the historic theater that lies at the heart of the facility. The town will soon embark on a fundraising campaign in which donors will have an opportunity to dedicate the theater’s 400 seats. Seats can be dedicated in the donors’ name or to the individual, family or organization of the donor’s choosing. The Colonial Theatre is expected to open later this year, likely by the fall, giving South Hill a premier facility for the performing arts. (Lisa Clary photos)

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