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Same sex marriage ruling has little impact locally

‘Anything Goes’ sets sail at The Prizery

From New York to London in South Boston as locals join new musical

Architecture shapes Halifax County legacy


Scottsburg Minors earn trip to state tournament






Halifax County larcenies investigated

Adlai Hershberger, of 5091 Liberty Road, Nathalie, reported to the Halifax County Sheriff’s Department that sometime over the past few weeks, someone stole some tools from his workshop. Missing are a Dewalt cordless drill; a Dewalt skill saw; a Hitachi coil nailer; a Stihl 029 chainsaw; and a Craftsman tool set.

Going global

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Top,The core committee of the new Global Friends Center for Art and Culture, to be based in Downtown South Boston, comprises, front row from left, Rebecca Rodgers, Angela Lewis, Scotty Felton, Jayne Pennington Elliott and, back row, Frances Harrell, Diane Maiden, Carol-Ann Lawson, Cynthia Haugh and Susan Reddy. Above, Scotty Felton, left, makes the first donation to the Global Friends Center for Art and Culture to Frances Harrell, in charge of art procurement, and Diane Maiden, in charge of finances.
New South Boston gallery, culture center embraces the foreign

Edmunds, Ruff: No uranium vote this session

South Boston News
Del. James Edmunds and state Sen. Frank Ruff told South Boston Council Monday night they don't think a vote on lifting the moratorium on uranium mining in Virginia will come up during the upcoming General Assembly session.
Halifax County's legislators say they think – and hope – the decision will be postponed

EGP Market Day: Duct-tape wallets,  tobacco-stick stars, tasty pudding

South Boston News
Halifax County Public Schools' EGP students brought their homemade wares to The Prizery on Tuesday, where they displayed them, pitched them and sold them for specially issued Piggy Bucks currency. Among the goods sold: five-pointed stars fashioned from old tobacco sticks, soap, bracelet holders, games and Christmas cards. (Click on headline for slide show.)
Future retail giants take baby steps

Halifax County Emergency Services sponsoring EMT class

Halifax County Emergency Services is hosting an Emergency Medical Technician – Basic Course beginning Jan. 9, at the Halifax County Rescue Squad in South Boston.

Halifax sets holiday schedule

Halifax Town Hall will be closed at noon on Friday Dec. 23 and all day Monday Dec. 26 in observance of the Christmas Holiday and again on Monday Jan. 2 for New Year’s.

Santa in a boat, with no reindeer in sight

South Boston News
Santa Claus arrived by boat (tucked into the back of a pick-up truck) as he made his annual appearance at the Alton Christmas holidays Saturday. The annual procession drew fire trucks, classic and antique cars, floats and assorted other entries on a cool and sunny morning. (David Conner photo)

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