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Revenues up as South Boston prepares for budget

Story of the Crossing goes national

Documentary on Dan River wartime tactic spread across U.S.

For Mecklenburg trustees, it’s a testy New Year

Tanner, Smiley win leadership posts on 5-4 vote; audience misses out on early decision


With two wins in the books, Comets ready for GW





Halifax > Halifax Police

Solar co-op meets Saturday

Add or subtract? Plans floated to change Halifax County board member makeup

Edmunds: Raise number of supes to nine with at-large rep; Bowman: Collapse districts, create seven-member board

Hit-and-run charged after vehicle strikes home

Museum breakfast on King Day attracts 200

South Boston News
A big crowd turned out Monday morning for the annual L. E. Coleman Museum’s annual MLK Day Breakfast, held in the Halifax County High School cafeteria.

Traffic stop leads to pot discovery

Bland Music Contest returns Jan. 25

HCHS’s Randolph honored for service at King celebration

South Boston News
Albert Randolph, longtime principal of Halifax County High School, received the Community Service Award at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration held Sunday at First Baptist Church of Ferry Street. Randolph, accompanied by his wife, Eloise, and their pastor the Rev. Charles Woolfork and his wife Janie, was presented the honor by Valdivia Hall with Halifax County Public Schools. The annual event is sponsored by the Halifax County Business and Professional Council; serving as Master of Ceremonies for this year’s program was Dwight Scott with special music by HYM (His Young Men). The guest speaker was Dr. Earl C. Johnson of Raleigh, N.C. From left, first row, Rev. Woolfork and Janie Woolfork, Eloise and Albert Randolph and Valdivia Hall. Second row, Mattie Cowan, president of the Council and members Helen Leigh, Monica Edmonds and Steve Hall. Third row, Derwin Leigh, Linda Owen and Lealand Luck. Fourth row, Roger Thaxton Jr., Derek Cunningham and the Rev. Kevin Chandler. Not pictured, Stanley Jeffress and Shawn Medley.

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