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Lambert family rolling in for ‘911 For Justice’ rally Sept. 11

Halifax County kicks off search for courthouse renovator

Initial stage of project starts with zoning permit pending


PATHS community medical center cuts ribbon to celebrate opening


HCDY minors start state tourney with two wins

Halifax had no errors in the field and Jack Morton had the most chances in the field with ten.





Dr. Dew wants to talk with you

South Boston News
Dr. Charles Dew
Equipped with a lifetime of research and study, Dr. Charles Dew of Williams College will be discussing his memoir The Making of a Racist at The Prizery Thursday. His visit is part of the One Community Conversation initiative, an attempt to bridge divides in Halifax County. In his own words, he wants to “start a conversation on the local level.”

Velda premieres tonight

South Boston News
Gates open at at 6 p.m., tonight and Saturday for the Halifax County Little Theatre's free production of Velda at Constitution Square, allowing audiences plenty of time to claim a good spot in the grass, socialize and have some refreshment before Velda appears on stage at 8:30 p.m. Adult beverages, soft drinks, pizza and snacks will be on sale for the evening. The weather is expected to be cool, but dry.
Downtown South Boston’s Constitution Square will be host this weekend to more than one murder, but Halifax County Little Theatre has Velda, the ex-burlesque girl turned detective who has all the curves and knows all the angles, on the case.

Worlds apart

South Boston News
Welcome to Halifax County — Jeff Reed, IDA Project Manager (second from left) welcomes Fa Man, chief editor, Lou Jun, editorial director and Angela Zou, operations director for the Chinese Lens magazine to Halifax County during a Wednesday luncheon at Molasses Grill in Halifax. (SOMcL photo)
Three young journalists who’ve roamed far from their homes in China got the red carpet treatment Wednesday in Halifax from state and local officials who hope the visit leads to more than just postcards.

South Boston commits to Higher Ed funding

South Boston Town Council this week adopted a resolution committing matching money so that the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center can receive a $625,372 Tobacco Commission grant.

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