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Infrastructure bill delivers $790,000 for airport

Mecklenburg/Brunswick Regional, William M. Tuck Airport in Halifax to receive cash infusion from package

That Christmas spirit in the air

Santa Claus is comin’ to town(s) for parades,Yule tree lightings

Halifax supervisors tee up school borrowing of $135 million, employee pay raises

Halifax County is poised to borrow $105 million to build a new high school with an additional $25 million set aside for elementary school upgrades — the recommendation of the…

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Grapplers fall in tri meet

Lack of numbers, forfeits hurt Comet wrestlers in opening match

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Halifax County supes tee up $135 million for new HCHS, elementaries

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The discolored front facade of the high school
Finance committee backs borrowing to replace high school; plans to raise school salaries tweaked

Santa will ride high in Saturday parade

Superheroes, marching bands and more to enjoy in downtown So Bo

Halifax County imposes outdoor burning ban amid dry conditions

Tuck Airport gets $790,000 from infrastructure bill

$1.2 trillion package delivers $400 million for Virginia’s airports; South Boston, Mecklenburg-Brunswick airports win funding.

In memory of Jordan

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Nearly 100 friends and family of Jordan Ross gathered at the TJM Community Center in Cluster Springs on Wednesday for a support gathering organized by Jordan’s mother, Ulisa Ross. Her son, a HCHS senior, died in a car crash in September on Berry Hill Road in South Boston. At the event, driving instructor Melanie Saunders talked with Ross’s classmates to encourage them to care for one another by discouraging bad driving — calling out friends for speeding, not wearing a seatbelt, or driving under the influence of alcohol whenever they see it. Below, kids enjoyed food, games, and fellowship in the company of counselors, pastors, and others to reach out to in coping with the loss of their friend. (Liza Fulton photos)



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