07/30/15 - 7:20 am
Hearing slated to consider zoning change, expansion
07/29/15 - 7:39 am
Mecklenburg school board opens nominations for seat
07/29/15 - 7:34 am
Respondents value openness, teamwork
07/30/15 - 8:03 am
SBA downed Rustburg, 8-3, Wednesday at the Day Complex in South Boston. The SBA all-stars finished O-zone state play with a 5-1 record.
07/30/15 - 3:49 pm
Dwight D. Roberts, a subcontractor with Elliott Electric, was working in the electric panel box at the raw water pumping station in Lawrenceville when he sustained an electric shock — the apparent cause of death.
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The South Boston/Halifax County Museum will host two 8-foot square panels of the traveling Parkinson's Quilt starting Sunday, May 1 and running through Sunday, May 15. These are part of the 600 panels created by folks who suffer from the disease or are connected to those who do. People from 46 states in the United States, four Canadian provinces, and 14 other countries made the panels. In addition, there will be an accompanying display of local quilters' works to add to the exhibit of craftsmanship and to call attention to the fight against Parkinson's disease. The museum hours are Wed-Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sundays 2-4 p.m.
04/26/11 - 8:03 am Halifax
Sylvia and William (Bill) Solari
Sylvia and William (Bill) Solari, of Lake Gaston, have made a gift of $1,000,000 to Community Memorial Healthcenter in South Hill, the largest personal gift in the history of the hospital. The Solari’s gift was announced at a Foundation VIP Donor Reception held at the Colonial Center in South Hill.
Volunteers descended upon the Virgilina area on Saturday to help clean up the damage wrought by the tornado the weekend prior. From downed limbs to decapitated roofs to tufts of pink insulation, workers collected it in piles. Emergency Services Director Kirby Saunders said 109 man hours had been logged by mid-afternoon.
04/25/11 - 7:29 am Halifax
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