07/02/15 - 7:32 am
07/02/15 - 7:31 am
More people find work during month of May, but swelling labor force outpaces gains
07/02/15 - 7:27 am
Village Association merchants donate funds for squad car defibrillators
07/06/15 - 8:09 am
Locals fall to 7-2 with Martinsville defeat
07/06/15 - 7:45 am Halifax
Scottsburg and Elmo welcomed big and brightly-dressed crowds for their 4th of July parades.
News & Record
04/12/11 - 10:14 am
Genesis Products, Inc., will invest $2.5 million to expand the former Appomattox River Manufacturing Company operation in Charlotte County. The company manufactures doors, cabinet parts, moldings and wood panels for pre-fabricated home, recreational vehicle, kitchen cabinet and furniture manufacturing industry. The project will save 52 jobs and create 150 new jobs. Virginia successfully competed against Georgia and Mississippi for the project.
Bluestone High School Culinary Arts Students are ready to prepare and serve some delicious food at this year’s Kerr Reservoir Water Symposium on April 28 at the Clarksville Community Center. Come join them and register today at http://www.clicva.com
The Clarksville Lake Interests Committee (CLIC) is hosting a second Kerr Reservoir Water Symposium that will be held at the Community Center in Clarksville, on Thursday, April 28. The agenda is going to start off at 8:15 a.m. with an opportunity to enjoy a continental breakfast, while networking with fellow participants.
2011 HALL OF FAME CLASS — Five new nominees joined the Halifax County-South Boston Sports Hall of Fame Saturday night. The 23rd annual banquet was held at the Halifax County Middle School. From left, Carlyle Wimbish Jr., president of the Hall, honorees Harrison Conner, Jim Hickey, Reya Roller, daughter of the late Dave Blount, displaying the Hall plaque on behalf of the Blount family, Barry Word, and Jenny Wilkins, widow of Buck Wilkins, accepting the award on behalf of the Wilkins family. (Victor Newman photo)
04/11/11 - 7:13 am Halifax
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