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Tuck Enterprises building on US 360 destroyed by fire

An early morning fire Thursday that totally destroyed the former Tuck Enterprise building on US 360 resulted in an estimated $500,000 loss.

Closing the gap

Using abandoned TV ‘white space,’ high-tech partners provide free educational broadband to 100 area homes – with many more to come

Choice of new Halifax County school chief set for tonight

Trustees meet at HCMS to name Herndon’s successor

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Comets baseball advances in region tourney

Josh Barker delivered the game-winning walk off RBI single in the bottom of the 11th inning Friday night, and the Halifax County High School varsity baseball team advanced to Wednesday’s…

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Healthy Living Expo rescheduled for April 26

Season at the Woodview family night

South Boston News
Family and friends of Season’s were recently treated to a performance by Larry Hogan. With Hogan are, Tommy Conner, Clyde Thomas, and Eulalia Thomas. Each quarter, Season’s holds a family night supper, giving the family not only the opportunity to have a meal with their family member but to socialize with the other family members as well. For this meal, everyone enjoyed hotdogs and hamburgers cooked on the grill by Pedro Zamora and Ray Harmon.

Motorcycle ride to benefit CMH

Community Memorial Healthcenter’s T.R.E.E. Committee is hosting a motorcycle ride, which is open to the public and scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 11 with a rain date of Sept. 18. The T.R.E.E. program at CMH is their employee-giving program. T.R.E.E. stands for Together Renders Employee Excellence. Employees are able to give through payroll deductions and fundraisers such as this one to support their hospital and strengthen health services for patients and their families.

CMH TREE committee purchases Infant ventilator

South Boston News
Some of CMH’s TREE committee members stand with the new infant ventilator. From left, Janice Jiggetts, Connie Jones, Wendy Burke, Melissa Morris, Gary Thompson, Belinda Wells, Mike Simmons, April Wright, Carolyn Walker, Cindy Sherman, Linda Roberts, Sonya Hall, Gloria Rogers, Chris Early, and James Keough.
Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) has a very dedicated group of employees who are constantly finding new ways to raise money for their hospital’s needs.

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