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Injuries slight in three-car crash

Police look into possible sighting of missing HCHS student

South Boston NewsSouth Boston Police are continuing their search for Dylan R. McElroy, a missing…

Halifax County budget fix unclear, but needs come into focus

Supervisors review next year’s numbers, withhold discussion of likely options


Wrestlers split dual meet

The Halifax County High School grapplers are 2-8 on the season in dual meet action following a split between Tunstall and Bluestone Wednesday.





Search continues for missing South Boston teen

South Boston News
Dylan R. McElroy in a family photo
The family of Dylan McElroy, an 18-year-old Halifax County High School student who has been missing since Friday morning, is appealing for help in finding the youth, who may have been sighted this weekend in Greene County north of Charlottesville.

Carrying forward the legacy of Dr. King

South Boston News
The Mecklenburg County NAACP Chapter hosted its annual Freedom Fund Banquet/Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration on Monday night with guest speaker the Rev. Dr. Rayfield Vines (left) providing the keynote address. Dr. Vines, president of the Virginia State NAACP, spoke of the value that each human being holds within and said Dr. King’s dream of equality and justice will remain unrealized until African-Americans emphasize education and religion. “I need education to give me a better life,” said Vines. “I need religion to give me eternal life.” He joined county NAACP officials in presenting commendations of service to chapter members shown above. From left: the Rev. Dr. Vines; service award winners Rev. Willie Tisdale and Delta Bowers; county NAACP Membership Chair Everette Burwell; Claudia Lundy, a service award winner and member of the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors; and John Boyd Jr., president of the National Black Farmers Association and a Baskerville resident, who also was honored with a certificate of appreciation for his service in winning a $1.5 billion federal settlement for minority farmers harmed by USDA discrimination . (Tom McLaughlin photo)

Brunswick prison idea faces tough scrutiny

Legislators leery of ballooning costs to house sexual offenders

Brodnax woman charged with murder in death of husband

A Brodnax woman is being held at Southside Regional Jail without bond in connection with the stabbing death of her husband Jan. 12.

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