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HCSA gets earful on sewer leak, fees connection fee

Halifax resident complains of sewage spilling onto property; Cannon denied request for relief with new home connections

Decision on new HCHS principal put off

Trustees will wait until spring to name Randolph successor

Halifax County, towns to hold joint meeting


Dukes extend run of futility for Barons

Early turnovers open door for 26-point outburst by Cumberland in first half





Park View pushes back Homecoming Game to Monday

South Boston News
Jamond Salley in his Dragons' uniform
Park View High School has pushed back its traditional Friday night Homecoming Game to Monday, Oct. 27 at 5 p.m. — two days after funeral services are set to be held for Jamond Salley, the junior football player who died Friday after taking a hit in the game with Brunswick.

HCHS kicks off 21st Century after-school program

The B.L.U.E. Team After-School Program at Halifax County High School officially began Tuesday, Oct. 12. B.L.U.E. stands for "Building Learners Utilizing Enrichments," and this year's motto is "A Vision Without A Plan Is An Illusion," to encourage teens to set academic and personal goals and then create a workable plan to reach them.

South Hill Rotary Club big winner at Norfolk conference

South Boston News
The South Hill Rotary Club won nine district awards and the Governor’s Cup during the Rotary District 7600 conference in Norfolk. South Hill Rotary president Charles Wright accepts the trophy from District Governor Karlis Graubics. The Governor's Cup is presented to clubs that have demonstrated excellence during the year.
The South Hill Rotary Club was the big winner this weekend at the 2010 Rotary International District 7600 Conference held in Norfolk.

MRSA reported at Scottsburg Elementary

School officials reported this week that two children at Scottsburg Elementary School have tested positive for MRSA and “are in school being treated appropriately by their physicians,” according to Deputy Superintendent of Schools Larry Clark.

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