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Halifax Council meets Tuesday

Halifax County School Board meets Monday

Threat ends at South Hill schools, man in custody

Police in South Hill ended their hunt shortly after 8 a.m. Friday for the man armed with a high-powered rifle who was thought to have been hiding in the woods…


Comets take Senior Night win over Tunstall

Comets to host GW-Danville in opening round of playoffs





Saturday crash claims 23-year-old

A Halifax man died Saturday in a single-vehicle crash on MacDonald Road in Scottsburg after his sedan ran off the road, overcorrected and struck several trees.

Innovation Center grant tops agenda

South Boston Town Council will host a public hearing beginning at 5 p.m. Monday in Council Chambers on Yancey Street on an application to the Virginia Department of Housing & Community Development for a grant to assist in funding equipment for the Advanced Technology Manufacturing part of the Innovation Center.

Adams touts education’s role at Credit Union event

FEDERAL CREDIT UNION OFFICERS — Members of the Halifax County Community Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors joined with guest speaker Dr. Betty Adams on Friday night for the group’s annual banquet held at the Leggett Auditorium. Shown are Freddie Jeffress, Helen Leigh, Morris Bryant, Rosetta Sydnor-Jackson, Dr. Adams, Dennis Stewart, William E. Coleman and J. Aubrey Houghton. Not pictured is Pamela Garland. (SOMcL photo)
Born in the then-city of South Boston — “a city girl with country roots” (her grandparents lived in Alton) — Dr. Betty Adams charmed members of the Halifax County Community Federal Credit Union as she talked about her leadership at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (SVHEC).

Bi-state commission aims to avoid ‘water wars’

The Roanoke River Basin Bi-State Commission at its inaugural meeting put its staff to work developing a framework for addressing issues of water allocation and withdrawals from the basin. Several members called the issue urgent, noting that public hearings are underway on a request from the Kerr Lake Regional Water System. Following initial work by staff, an ad hoc committee will outline a protocol that could become the basis of a bi-state compact.

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