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Accomplished artist, champion athlete, acclaimed tobacco auctioneer, interpreter and defender of the countryside — all describe Robert F. “Bob” Cage, who died Wednesday 19 in Raleigh, N.C. where he had…
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Larry Epperly took an unselfish Comet boys basketball team to the Region 5-A North semifinals last season, after a 20-win season. The Comets ran into a reality check, losing by…
Halifax Regional Health System broke ground Friday for a 20-bed expansion at The Woodview. Shown are Valdivia Hall, HRHS board member, Kristy Johnson with the Halifax County IDA, Deloris Suitt, director of nursing at The Woodview, Rita Trent, Facilities, The Woodview, county supervisor William Bryant Claiborne, Del. James Edmunds, county supervisors Tom West and Larry Giordano, Richard Harrell, HRHS and Sentara board member, Chris A. Lumsden, HRHS president, Larry Sneed, HRHS board member, Dr. Joseph Ferguson, HRHS board member, Stewart Nelson, CFO of Halifax Regional Health System, Connie Zamora, director of Long Term Care Services, Logan Young, HRHS board member, Dean Elliott of J.E. Burton Construction, Shawn Emmons of SFCS, Inc. and Timothy Pfohl, executive director of the Virginia Tobacco Commission.
11/24/14 - 8:10 am
Project will create 20 jobs, add advanced dementia care
News & Record
The alliance of the Matal Jackets, from Manassas, and Southside Vexters, from South Hill, claimed the tournament title Saturday for the Southern Virginia VEX Robotics Championship. Two teams from Halifax County High School, Robo Clowns and Keepers of the Asylum, made the elimination round. Other awards went to Metal Jackets for robot skills, Twisted Bots from Gloucester for programming skills, ROTEC Robotics team 861, from Roanoke, excellence award and the ROTEC Robotics team 861B, judges award. (David Conner II photo)
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The bodies of Stephanie Lynn Jones, 31 and Larry Wayne Overby, 32, were found Thursday morning in their home in the 2000 block of Redlawn Road in Boydton.
Deputies were dispatched to the home at 5:33 a.m. after receiving a report of a possible suicide.
Halifax County NAACP president Kevin Chandler speaks at Constitution Square in South Boston, prior to the group's protest of the use of the N-word in the Halifax County Little Theatre production of To Kill a Mockingbird. Thursday night was opening night for the production. (David Conner II photo)
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Assembly permits set for every showing
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