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Virginia Uranium files second lawsuit to lift mining ban

South Boston Council holds monthly work session

Residents boil tap water after line failure

HCSA lifts advisory after one day; 45 homes on Vaughan, Magnolia affected


Comet winter sports action gets under way Tuesday

Halifax County High School winter sports begins Tuesday with both the boys and girls basketball teams, and swimming in action.





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Brookneal man dies in high speed chase

A 44-year-old Brookneal man, Daryl Beadles of Swallow Lane, was pronounced dead at the scene of a single vehicle crash early Sunday morning around 1:15 a.m

National Day of Prayer May 3

South Boston News
Members of the National Day of Prayer advisory planning committee hard at work preparing for this year’s May 3 event are Jimmy Watts, Rev. George Gorman, Mary Breeden, Larry Clark, Rev. Russell Lee, Larry McPeters chairman, Julia Barker, Kathy Laine, Merle Hundley, Virginia Cumbey and Brenda McPeters. Not pictured, Dr. Wayne Adams, Rev. Dave Anderson, Bob Brown, William Coleman, Dr. Angela Collins, Dot Carr, Debbie Hackney, Rosemary Ramsey, Lt. Col. Alan Sykes and Carroll Thackston.
“I know all of you believe that our nation needs prayer. I know we believe in the power of prayer,” said Larry McPeters, chairman of the National Day of Prayer Committee.


South Boston News
Aniyah, front, and Jomari Yancey get into the groove of the dance.
Losin’ it with the Shaking Off Our Rumps group

Dollar General boosts GED program

South Boston News
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation presented the Halifax County Public School Foundation with a check for $2,500 to expand its literacy program. Shown are Hank Bruining, Senior Manager, DC Human Resources, Dollar General, Stephanie Brown of Dollar General, Coleman Speece, president of HCPS Education Foundation, Avaris Terry, GED Chief Examiner and Audrey Davidson, Director of the HCPS Education Foundation. (SOMcL photo)
Once again the Dollar General Corporation has stepped up to support educational activities in Halifax County. On Wednesday the company donated $2,500 to the Halifax County Public Schools Education Foundation (HCPSEF) to support the local GED program.

School maintenance: using less, spending more

Despite efforts to economize, costs keep rising, Roller tells School Board

South Boston blares sirens as part of Tornado Preparedness Day

The Town of South Boston Emergency Services will conduct an emergency warning siren test as part of the statewide Tornado Preparedness Day, which is set for Tuesday, March 20 at 9:45 a.m.

Halifax Council amends policy on hiring, firing employees

Halifax Council on Tuesday night confirmed several amendments to the Town’s Personnel Manual which include giving the authority to the Town Manager to hire, promote and discharge employees in accordance with town policy. The mayor will review the manager’s actions and seek approval of Council only if he/she feels it necessary to do so.

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