11/26/14 - 9:07 am
Compared to Southside Virginia’s big cash crop in tobacco, King Cotton is, well, kind of puny.
11/26/14 - 8:56 am
11/26/14 - 8:51 am
In light of the Clarksville’s recent rabies scare, members of the Town Council again discussed what to do, if anything, with the people who feed the feral cat populations around…
11/26/14 - 8:46 am
11/26/14 - 9:17 am Halifax South Boston
The Cotton Mill brick smokestack has a crack running about five feet down one side of the structure — raising fears that the historic landmark may be beyond saving.
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Twelve-year-old Alexandra Reddy sells crocheted caps, capes, fingerless gloves, purses and scarves at the annual Holiday Living Show, sponsored by the Business Women's Association of Halifax County at the high school. The daughter of David and Susan Reddy of Halifax, Alex says she will use her profits to tithe to her church, save for a trip to Paris and do a little shopping.
11/15/10 - 8:30 am Halifax
The public will have an opportunity to weigh in on proposed water and sewer rate increases when the Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) hosts a public hearing this Thursday, Nov. 18. The public hearing begins at 7 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex in Halifax.
Also during the meeting, several individuals including the Rev. Frank Coleman, pastor of First Baptist Church of Ferry Street and Kevin Chandler, president of the local NAACP chapter, have asked to speak about Little Theatre’s upcoming production of “To Kill A Mockingbird.”
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