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Task Force arrests two on drug charges

Mecklenburg Supes take first first step for Ladybug

By 5-4 vote, Board rejects planners’ ruling that solar farm is incompatible use

Packed audience presses Council, town manager on Gurley’s firing

Ouster of Chase City public works director draws heated commentary


Comets post season battle begins Friday





Senate passes up Friday vote on sales tax bill

The Virginia Senate declined Friday to hold a floor vote on legislation by Del. James Edmunds that would authorize Halifax County to hold a referendum on a local sales tax for a new Halifax County High School.

Reckless driving charged

A South Carolina driver has been charged with reckless driving following an early Sunday morning single vehicle accident. William T. Warren, 23, of Seneca, South Carolina was the driver of a 1998 Toyota which was declared a total loss after it veered off the right side of State Route 659, about one mile east of its intersection with State Route 945.

Heritage Festival draws crowds

AT THE HERITAGE FESTIVAL — Halifax County Middle School students take a close look at the tractor which was on display at the festival, held at the Halifax County Fairgrounds this week-end and left: little Katelyn Spainhour feeds a baby goat as her mom, Cindy assists. The goat was part of the petting zoo brought to the festival by Rockin-B-Farms. The festival drew a record crowd and was blessed with wonderful weather for the event. (Danny Lamberth photos)

Hearings to dominate supervisors’ agenda

Halifax County Supervisors will host five public hearings during their regular monthly May meeting which begins this evening at 6:30 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex. The first two of those five hearings focuses on requests for a conditional use permit, both in ED3. The first is being sought by Christopher W. Easley who wants to start a paint and body shop on the south side of Douglas Trail, some 300 feet east of its intersection with Grubby Road.

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