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Transition center draws complaints of neighbors

Public input on the new “transition center” at 1332 Moore Street for locals struggling with homelessness and unemployment dominated debate at the Monday night meeting of South Boston Town Council.

Halifax lawyers inspired by their work for Legal Aid

You might think that the lives of Carol and Alan Gravitt were set on parallel courses from the start.

Halifax County trustees ease rules on student cell phone use

The Halifax County School Board agreed Monday night to revise the cell phone policy at Halifax County High School to make the rules more consistent and hopefully easier to enforce.


Comets play well, for the most part, beat Buckingham 34-14





Red Bank News for Oct. 25,2012 / October 25, 2012
Rev. Sidney Rodriquez, interim pastor for Union Christian Church, delivered the Sunday sermon; Wayne Bowen was greeter; special music was “Hymn Medley”; the beautiful flowers were given by Melvin and Rebecca Honeycutt in memory of their son, John; Happy Birthday to those celebrating this week.

Members of the YUM enjoyed the evening meal at Dinis Brothers Saturday with those attending Mike Glasscock, Brenda Glasscock, Mr. and Mrs. David Glasscock, Amber Tuck, Dustin Tuck, Carolyn Pulliam, Mr. and Mrs. John Carnevale, Amy Carnevale, Janet Cowden Coy and Barbara Holt and they attended the Halloween gathering at Staunton River Park afterwards.

Those enjoying the birthday for John Pulliam Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher were Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. Casey Tuck, Amber and Dustin, Sarah Harris, Mrs. Roger Chandler, Mrs. Michael Glasscock, Mrs. Mason Pulliam.

Visiting Mary L. Murray during the week were Fannie Mae Tuck, Doyle Rice, Barbara Loftis, Rhonda Loftis, Kelly Conner and Gene Murray.

Kathy Keeton was overnight guest of her mother, Catherine Smith Wednesday and Thursday and Dorothy Hite was overnight guest Saturday.

Fannie Mae Tuck attended the funeral for Mrs. Ophelia Brogden and Mrs. Ruth Smith during the week.

Visiting Hannah Hite during the week were Mrs. Tony McGregor, Fannie Mae Tuck, Mrs. Dave Jaloway, Sherri Whitlow.

Jason Murray, Terri Murray, Jimmy Newton and Mrs. Billy Murray visited Morine Rice during the week.

Mrs. Tony McGregor, Mrs. Ann Clement and James Loftis attended the ballgames in which Mary Anna Clement played and the team won.

Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Tuck visited Fannie Mae Tuck Sunday.

Mrs. Frank Perkins, Jr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nunn Sunday.

Homer McClure and Dorothy Hite and Georgia Anderson visited Catherine Smith Sunday.

Amber Tuck spent the week with her grandmother, Mrs. Mason Pulliam.

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. David Glasscock and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock, Mrs. Rose Hodges on Friday, Mrs. Roger Chandler Wednesday and Mrs. Mason Pulliam and John.

Mrs. Mason Pulliam visited Mr. and Mrs. James Pulliam Saturday.

Sunday dinner guests of Fannie Mae Tuck were Jarrad Tuck, Mrs. Lindy Tuck, Mrs. Michael Conner and Maci, Mr. and Mrs. Shane Tuck and children, Pam Tuck.

Lloyd Smith visited Mrs. Mason Pulliam and John Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. David Glasscock were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock.

Our prayers are for our sick and shut-ins and those who have lost loved ones the families of Ophelia Brogden and Ruth Elliott, those sick Raye Gordon, Catherine Smith, Mrs. D.T. (Shirley Ann) Neal, Mrs. Geraldine Gravitt, D.T. Neal, Allen Glasscock, Randy Glasscock, Ryland Harris, Laverne Rice, Mary Alice Murray, Owen (Mose) Poole, Jeff Rice, Birdie Arrington, Wesley Elliott, Thomas Averett, Charlotte Cox, Tommy Glasscock, Edith Atkins.

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