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Prison terms meted out for animal cruelty, abduction

Facilities steering panel backs single school complex

The final report of the Mecklenburg County school facilities committee endorses the construction of a single high school-middle school complex centrally located in the county. The call to build a…

Dietra Trent, Halifax County native, named Virginia Secretary of Education


Clarksville Babe Ruth all-stars finish strong

Team posts 3-2 record before bowing out of district tournament






Delegate, son grow a business

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Top, The father and son team of James and Paul Edmunds sketched out logo ideas before turning them over to a graphic designer. Above, James Edmunds and his 13-year-old son, Paul, have started a seed company. Edmunds said hanging the deer mounts for this photograph, for their website, was a hassle but that he is pleased with the result. (Photo courtesy James Edmunds)
Edmunds starts a seed venture with teen son

School health insurance costs are on the rise

Police warn of scam artist working in Alton area

On Tuesday, around 3:30, deputies were called to Horseshoe Trail, Alton to speak with an elderly man who reported being victimized by a scam. An off-duty Halifax town policeman who was on his way home also responded.

Prizery gets $5,000 market grant, plus tentative $60,000 from town

The Prizery arts center got two pieces of good financial news recently: South Boston Town Council allocated $60,000 for its retirement of a historic tax credit obligation — contingent upon Halifax County supervisors doing the same — and it won a $5,000 Virginia Department of Tourism grant.

Voter registration office moves

The Halifax County Voter Registration Office will officially move to its new location at the Mary Bethune Complex, 1030 Cowford Road, Halifax on Friday, Aug. 17.

Bench dedicated in Halifax in memory of Betty Bane

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Family members of the late Betty Bane were on hand Tuesday for the dedication of a bench in downtown Halifax in her name. Shown sitting are granddaughters, Kate and Meg Bane with (back) daughter-in-law Kathy, grandson Kent Bane, son Woody and daughter Sarah Bane Williams and husband Terrell. (SOMcL photo)
Betty Bane was fondly remembered Tuesday afternoon by members of the Banister River Garden Club as they presented the Town of Halifax with a bench in her memory.

Halifax approves request for B & B

Halifax Town Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved a special use permit for Angela Lewis to operate a Bed & Breakfast at 719 Mountain Road, Halifax. Doing business as The Rebecca Rolfe House, Lewis may provide short term lodging with or without meals, for compensation to transient guests only. The owner may operate four guest rooms as requested in her application.

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