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South Boston urged to lend support for homeless shelter

Clarksville: One school for all

Town offers recommendation in facilities debate, takes aim at blighted properties

Puckett back as La Crosse principal; staff added

Bluestone Middle gains guidance counselor; Hodges moves up to become special education director

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Post 8 swept by Montgomery in double-header


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Bank of America shuts office, touts app

South Boston News
Branch will close Oct. 4; with online banking, ‘fewer are coming inside’

A roadside mess at the foot of town

South Boston News

A vehicle overturned on Main Street in a two-car crash Tuesday around 3:30 p.m. The overturned Ford Explorer was carrying only one person — the driver, who has not been identified — when the collision occurred. Rescue personnel who responded to the scene put the injured motorist on a stretcher for medical transport. The driver was reportedly in shock but otherwise okay. Police officers and first responders at the scene helped to clear the wreckage and direct traffic. When the overturned vehicle was righted by a tow truck, children’s toys and blankets fell out of the broken windows. Lillian Haymes, the driver of the other vehicle involved, said she was heading north on Broad Street and turned left onto Wall Street when the crash happened. She “came across the tracks to make [her] usual left turn at the stop sign and stopped,” said Haymes. It is not immediately clear which direction the Explorer was headed. The only damage to Haymes’ car was to her bumper. An accident report by South Boston Police is pending. (Emily Jones photo)

Halifax County supervisors adopt plan for courthouse work, hoping to wrap up litigation

No resolution on fixing ramshackle condition of the Office of Commonwealth’s Attorney

Halifax County jobless rate at five percent

South Boston urged to lend support for homeless shelter

Bank of America branch in South Boston to close

South Boston News
The Bank of America branch located at 606 Broad Street in South Boston will be closing on Tuesday, October 4.

Halifax supervisors agree to terms of Courthouse fix

South Boston News
The Halifax County Board of Supervisors voted Monday night to end litigation with local judges by agreeing to a consent order that spells out improvements to the Halifax County Courthouse and sets a three-and-a-half year timetable for restoring the fading structure.

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