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South Hill man pleads guilty to 15 counts of child pornography

Flagged water readings in Clarksville no cause for concern, Council told

Eden, N.C. man killed in Monday crash in Halifax County

A 40 year old Eden, N.C. man died at the scene of a single-vehicle crash Monday night in western Halifax County.


Lady Barons bounce back





‘Perfect storm’ delivers shock, surprise

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Some traffic was still able to make it through the US 58/501 intersection in Riverdale Wednesday morning, before rising floodwaters from the Dan River forced the closure of the intersection completely. US 501 through Riverdale has been closed since Tuesday. Because of flooded roads throughout Halifax County, schools were closed Wednesday and will be closed again Thursday. (David Conner II photos)
Riverdale merchants and others stunned by flood's severity after early forecasts by weather service suggest lighter impact

No child left indoors

South Boston News
The National Wild Turkey Federation’s local chapter treated second graders at South Boston Elementary School to a day at Edmunds Park on Tuesday doing outdoorsy things: fishing in the pond, shooting decoys with bow and arrow, taking nature walks and even seeing real snakes from the collection of local science teacher Frank Shealy. Said Susan Irby, a volunteer with the group: “A lot of kids never really experience a lot of this stuff.”

Ideal weather greets South Hill Spring Fest

South Boston News
The streets of South Hill were throbbing as the 11th annual Spring Fest unfolded in downtown Saturday. The weather was ideal for getting outside, shopping with street vendors, eating tasty treats and enjoying the attractions. (Lisa Clary photo)

Clarksville takes step forward on annexation

South Boston News
The 3,800-acre area that Clarksville wants to incorporate includes 1,402 acres abutting Occoneechee State Park to the east, 704 acres extending the town south and west across Highway 58, and another 1,718 acres south of Clarksville.

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