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Plan for $1.8 mil industry shell building goes forward

Halifax County looks to fill need for manufacturing facility

Auction house ‘a game changer’

New Nathalie operation fills market niche for small farm producers

Market Stroll highlights local farming goodness


Comets pick up Conference 16 baseball championship






Prizery has until Wednesday to meet Kickstarter goal

Performing arts center seeks to raise $20,000 for Summer Theatre Celebration

Town Council committees to meet Tuesday

South Boston Council committees will hold their monthly work session a day later than usual due to the Memorial Day holiday.

Halifax Council examines safety features for traffic patterns

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will continue performing surface improvements along the US Highway 501 corridor (South Main Street from the railroad tracks to North Main Street at the intersection of Bethel Road [VA Scenic Byway 360]) during the next several weeks.

Owen, Voss to seek open Halifax County supervisor seats

Two more candidates have stepped forward to run for the Halifax County Board of Supervisors in districts where the incumbents are not seeking re-election.

Collecting aid for Oklahoma

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Common Grounds in Centerville has issued an appeal for donations to send to tornado-ravaged Oklahoma. The coffee house/restaurant begin collecting items yesterday and by late afternoon had built up a stack of non-perishable foods, toiletries and household good and cash to send to tornado victims. More donations are needed, although not clothing items. The business will turn the contributions over to God’s Pit Crew in Danville, which is heading out to the Oklahoma City area to assist with the recovery after Monday’s twister left some two dozen people dead and hundreds of buildings flattened. Two Halifax girls, Hannah and Sarah Bush, right, were among those who responded to the appeal for aid yesterday. (Tom McLaughlin photo)

Final version of Halifax County budget provides more cash for schools, courthouse, IDA

By a 6-2 roll call vote, the Board of Supervisors on Monday approved final changes to the $87.2 million budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year, which begins July 1. Only ED-3 supervisor William I. Fitzgerald and ED-5 supervisor Barry Bank opposed the final version.

Halifax County Supes tap first choice for courthouse work

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