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Halifax accepts process for taking down Clarkton Bridge

Two arrested in connection with attack at Alford home

North Carolina authorities are reporting the arrests of two men in the Friday home invasion in Littleton, N.C. that left Nancy Alford dead and her husband, Brodnax pastor John Alford,…

Bluestone student fatally shot; juvenile suspect in custody


Tennis hopes to keep winning tradition





Halifax County schools pare budget requests to $1.1 mil

Responding to a plan to add only $159,000 in local funding to the Halifax County school budget, school officials have pared back their lists of needs to $1.1 million — roughly half what trustees originally asked for.

AP returns to high school schedule

REPRESENTING OVER 1,000 YEARS OF SERVICE TO LOCAL SCHOOLS — Thirty-nine employees of the Halifax County Public Schools were honored on their retirement by members of the School Board on Monday night. Deputy School Superintendent Larry Clark said the group had given over 1,000 years of service to local school students. (SOMcL photo)
High school students will have the opportunity to enroll in Advanced Placement classes for the fall semester after school trustees on Monday night unanimously approved eight Advanced Placement/dual enrollment classes. Three of the classes are in the field of math: pre calculus, calculus and statistics with another three in the field of science: physics, biology and chemistry with other two being English courses: English 11/Composition and English 12/Literature.

Council catches flak on dance hall decision

In the continuing saga of the downtown dance hall, several concerned citizens expressed their displeasure at South Boston Council’s reason decision to rescind a conditional special use permit allowing it to operate.

Shrimp Fest offers great items for patrons

During the festival there will be items for purchase through live and silent auctions. Some of this include paintings by artists Nita Yancey, Steven Schopen, Helen Conner, Esther Hutcherson, and Bob Cage—pottery by Pam Jones and Matthew Stafford —parties for groups of 6, 8, and 10 such as cocktails, wine tasting, dinner, and lake cruise. There is also a beach house at Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Additional items include a walking staff by Sam Lewis, variety of chairs, a Ben Hazelwood’s birdhouse, walnut table by Vick Fitchlee, a variety of prints including tobacco prints by Nancy Compton, a dozen of gift certificates, garden tools, historic books, jewelry, interior design advice, and much, much more.

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