The News & Record
South Boston News & Record
and Mecklenburg Sun
Home   •   News   •   Sports   •   Classifieds   •   Community   •   Health   •   Entertainment   •   Obituaries   •   Opinions   •   Weather
Advertising | Contact | Register
Advanced Search

Suspect at large in Chase City shooting

Victim flown to VCU-MCV for treatment of wounded leg

Woman gets six years as bank getaway driver

Boydton mulls sewer upgrade


Comet softball routs Tunstall 19-2 to stay perfect at 3-0





Halifax > Halifax Government

Halifax County supervisors consider ways to cut the budget

Halifax County Supervisors on Monday heard several department and agency heads explain their budget needs for the upcoming year, while also looking at 20 suggestions on how county funds might be saved.

Halifax County Supervisors meet tonight

Halifax County Supervisors will hold their regular monthly meeting tonight beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex. The Board has no public hearings on its agenda, but members are expected to approve a resolution approving the creation 49 Ag/Forestal districts for local property owners.

Coatings center brings 15 jobsto Riverstone

The Halifax County Industrial Development Authority has officially announced that the American Wood Finishing Institute will relocate its headquarters to Riverstone Technology Park. Its Center for Coatings and Application Research and Education, or C-CARE, will create about 15 jobs, and four to six personnel will relocate here.


As the old Daystrom plant gets a second chance at manufacturing life, so too do many of metals inside: steel, aluminum, copper and more.

Halifax County trustees ask supes for $2.5 million to fill budget gap

Halifax County school officials appeared before the Halifax County Board of Supervisors Thursday to plead for $2.5 million to close a looming budget deficit, but the supervisors — facing their own shortfall estimated at $3.8 million — gave no indication that help may be on the way.

Banister Shores water line costs less than anticipated

Contracts for the new Banister Shores water line were awarded on Thursday afternoon by members of the Halifax County Service Authority. The work was divided three ways, with the first and largest contract going to Virginia Carolina Paving Company. The $384,074 award will pay for laying water lines on 501 and across the Banister River Bridge to its intersection with Occoneechee Trail.

Snead to seek re-election; not sheriff

• Page 134 of 153 pages « First  <  132 133 134 135 136 >  Last »

Sports Coverage

See complete sports coverage for Halifax and Mecklenburg counties.