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Add or subtract? Plans floated to change Halifax County board member makeup

Edmunds: Raise number of supes to nine with at-large rep; Bowman: Collapse districts, create seven-member board

Hit-and-run charged after vehicle strikes home

Museum breakfast on King Day attracts 200


Lady Comets break losing skid, drop Trojans

The Halifax County High School varsity girls’ basketball team saw a frustrating losing skid end Tuesday.





Fired McDonald’s workers bring lawsuit against fast-food giant

South Boston News
From left, ex-McDonald’s workers Brian Tucker, Destiny Betts, Ashley Barksdale, Betty Lacks, Katrina Stanfield, Crystal Boyd, Alkeisha Lea and Willie Betts. After telling their story last year in an interview with the News & Record, 10 of the fired workers have sued McDonald's in U.S. District Court.
McDonald’s workers who were fired last year in South Boston and Clarksville have filed suit in federal court against the fast-food giant, alleging a widespread pattern of racial and sexual discrimination and harassment at three area McDonald’s.

Relay For Life makes plans for Jan. 16 kickoff

South Boston News
The 2011 South Hill Relay for Life Committee met Monday night to finalize details for the kickoff event on January 16 at South Hill Elementary School. There will be music, a Peebles fashion show and other fun events starting at 2 p.m. All cancer survivors and others are invited to attend. The committee is also planning a Jail Bail Lock up for Cancer on March 9 at Brian’s Steak House from 2-7 p.m. Pictured are Rhonda Newell, Mary Hardin, Jennifer Hughes, Rhonda Elmore, Candi Adcock, CJ Adcock, Keenan Broome, Kim Walker and Chrystal Harris. Not pictured: Thomas Bullock, Angie Ezell, Lisa Andrews and Lisa Clary. (Lisa Clary photo)

On Jan. 16, at 2 p.m., the Relay For Life of South Hill will officially get under way as event volunteers, survivors and participants gather in the South Hill Elementary cafeteria for a kickoff rally to launch their fundraising efforts for the year.

First baby of 2011

South Boston News
Anna Kathryn Shotwell, the first baby born at Halifax Regional Hospital in 2011, is pictured with her parents, Kevin and Anna Shotwell, and her big sister, Page. Anna Kathryn arrived Saturday, Jan. 1 at 6:28 a.m. in Halifax Regional’s Family Birthing Center. Delivered by Joan Devine, M.D., she weighed 7 pounds 4 ounces and was 20 inches long. Halifax Regional’s First Baby of 2011 received numerous gifts including a diaper bag, healthcare kit, blanket, several onesies, and baby hygiene items like shampoo and wipes.

MeadowView Terrace open house Jan. 16

South Boston News
Cabinetry and paint made its way into the resident rooms at MeadowView Terrace making the new households ready for occupancy in late January. The community is invited to attend an Open House to see the completed project on Sunday, Jan. 16 from 2-4 p.m. For more information call 434.374.4141.
Mark your calendar! It’s party time at MeadowView Terrace, Halifax Regional Health System’s long term care affiliate in Clarksville. On Sunday, Jan. 16 from 2-4 p.m. the community is invited to celebrate the opening of two new households – as well as the facility’s 10th anniversary.

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