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Sophomores from all over come together to bring Spectaculathon to the stage

Courthouse project continues to draw questions

Supervisors examine architect fees

Halifax Council members renew lament on lack of transparency


Irby qualifies for state




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At $10 million, ‘Project Pea’

South Boston News
The proposed home for a foreign firm considering expansion into Halifax County. The Industrial Development Authority is seeking funding from the Virginia Tobacco Commission for a $4.5 million turnkey building at the Southern Virginia Technology Park, formerly known as Riverstone.
Halifax County IDA requests $2 million tobacco grant for small motor manufacturer

Halifax 25-year-old dies in head-on collision with tractor trailer

A 25-year-old Halifax woman died at the scene of a head-on collision at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday on U.S. Route 360 near Scottsburg.

Lillian Terry’s death ruled an accident

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Lillian Terry
Results of an autopsy report have led Granville County police to conclude that Lillian Terry, the estranged wife of missing UPS driver John Terry, died this week in an accidental drowning on Kerr Lake near Grassy Creek, N.C.

Speaking out about insecure people – bullies

South Boston News
Hollywood actor with local ties offers message for middle school students

Sophomores from all over come together to bring Spectaculathon to the stage

South Boston News
Four sophomores at Halifax County High School portray a wide variety of characters in the high school theatre department’s production of “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon.” The mash-up of fairy tales will entertain all ages as they romp through tidbits of the various stories. David Storey is surrounded by Reaganne Catlin, Gina Romano, and Summer Lacks. The show runs Nov. 3 - 5 in the high school auditorium. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5.

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