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Nichols revives plans for full-time school

With change in mandate by governor, Mecklenburg schools will seek waivers for in-person daily classes starting Aug. 10

BUFFALO JUNCTION WOMAN DIES IN CRASH

Two others injured as vehicles collide head-on in Lunenburg County

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Halifax County pays $25,000 to settle Link suit

Halifax County paid Link Farms $25,000 to settle the two suits filed against the county some 12 years ago, according to a copy of the settlement agreement which was released to the public Friday.

Community Services Board gets new director

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Donald A. Burge
The Southside Community Services Board has a new executive director — Donald A. Burge, who comes to the agency from a private consulting firm in Pittsburgh, PA.

Halifax County supervisors to seek millions in Tobacco Commission funds

The supervisors authorized a $3.1 million request for tobacco funds to purchase and renovate the shuttered Daystrom industry site in Centerville and lay plans for a new shell building at Riverstone Technology Park. The county also will ask the Tobacco Commission for $498,000 to build a new visitors center at an undisclosed location on U.S. 58.

Halifax County IDA seeks $5 million for tire research center at VIR

Halifax County will ask for $5 million from the Virginia Tobacco Commission to establish a National Tire Research Center at Virginia International Raceway, a project that local officials believe could create up to 183 new jobs by the end of the decade.

Halifax County seeks drought declaration

The Halifax County Board of Supervisors has requested that Halifax County be designated as a drought disaster area as a result of the diminished rainfall and the excessive high temperatures during the 2010 growing season.

Supes have four hearings on tap

Halifax County Supervisors, meeting this evening at 6:30 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex after taking the month of July off. Supervisors have four public hearings on their agenda.

Library struggles to stay on the road

Library board members on Tuesday afternoon continued to look for answers to the problem they are encountering with the bookmobile which has been in service for the past 21 years, delivering books to the more rural areas of the county each Thursday.

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