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Life for white author and his black namesake in segregated Southside was a study in contrasts

Halifax County IDA holds off grant request for industry prospect

Flotilla clean-up on Banister River postponed to Oct. 20


Comets open district play





Leonard to depart as Halifax IDA director

South Boston News
Matt Leonard, executive director of the Halifax County Industrial Development Authority, will be departing the position Nov. 1 in a decision that the IDA describes as “mutually agreed” upon.

Crowder chosen again to lead Farm Bureau

Scott Crowder, a Halifax County flue-cured tobacco, poultry, beef cattle and small-grain producer, has been re-elected as president of the Halifax County Farm Bureau for 2010. Crowder was elected during Farm Bureaus annual meeting held on Tuesday, October 6 at the Brightleaf Forum. His term runs for one year.

South Boston rezones Louise Talbott Estate

South Boston Town Council on Monday evening approved the recommendation from its Planning Commission to rezone the property of the Louise Talbott Estate located at 3400 Halifax Road from R-1 single family residential to B-2 general business.

Halifax approves Cowford rezoning

Halifax Town Council on Tuesday night gave its unanimous approval to the rezoning of some 34.16 acres on Cowford Road from M-1 Manufacturing to R-1 Residential. The land is owned by the Julian Hall family which had earlier requested the change in zoning, but action was delayed at the last Council meeting after questions arose about what, if any restrictions, would be placed on the square footage of homes that might be built on the land.

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