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Look for Santa ‘round the corner, in neighborhoods and towns

Christmas celebrations will be different this year due to the pandemic, but even with restrictions in place communities in and around Mecklenburg County are finding new ways to keep the…

Deaths mount, led by nursing home outbreak

Virus toll at So Bo Health and Rehab rises to 10; 17 lives lost in county


R/C car enthusiasts take to the hills, creeks and parks of Halifax County


Duffey receives invite to football camp





Halifax > Halifax Education

Virtual school begins

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Sixth grade students Zoey Powell, above, and Jaden Powell begin the new school year by doing their assignments on school-issued Chromebook laptops. (Contributed photos)
Two days into semester, students settle in with at-home learning

Students adapt to new mode of education, delivered at home

It’s back to school time ... at home

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Halifax County students will go back to class from their homes this week as the school division introduces distance learning for the pandemic age.

Lifelong educator honored with birthday parade

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Susie Witcher, surrounded by family and friends. From left: Raymond II, grandaughter SuRae Witcher, Witcher, Marquea Medley who sang two songs, grandson Rashawn Witcher. Back row Lisa Winstead, Mattie and Frank Lee.
Family, friends praise retired teacher Susie Witcher, age 95

HCHS community grieves for students: ‘Every day will be a tough day’

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Scenes from Friday's vigil at HCHS for Kolby Singleton and Aidan Henderson. First Sgt. Gregory Scott, leader of the JROTC program, fought to control his emotions as he remembered the two cadets, who died in separate incidents on Aug. 23. Below, HCHS English teacher Beth Layne addresses the crowd.

Bright futures, brought to an end all too soon

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Kolby Singleton and Aidan Henderson
The Halifax County High School community will come together Friday night for a vigil to remember two students — one a recent graduate, the other a rising sophomore — who lost their lives in unrelated incidents Sunday.

Halifax County Trustees keep students at home to start off school year

School Board members express anguish, uncertainty in choice of distance learning

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