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Lambert family: Martin requests meeting

Plaintiff in $25 million lawsuit against town says report may be near in Richmond man’s death

Elections for town office lack suspense

Voting tomorrow in South Boston, Scottsburg for council, mayoral positions

Road matters dominate Halifax County supervisors’ agenda


Comets get past GW 5-1





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Let there be tomatoes

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The South Boston Farmers Market opened with fanfare Saturday, including a bluegrass band and drawings for prizes. Manager Ray Satterfield said vendor sign-ups are strong, and he picked up two new vendors that morning. Buyers snatched up the limited number of early, red, homegrown tomatoes “like buzzards,” said one farmer, who had planted his in March and carefully protected the plants by covering them on cold nights. Others were content with green tomatoes, either for frying or for putting in a windowsill to ripen. Above, Jackie Tillery prettifies some onions. Not only were fresh vegetables available, but potted blooming plants, garden plants, pies and breads.

Halifax County administrator hire expected

Halifax County supervisors hope to name a new county administrator during their June 25 meeting, according to ED-3 Supervisor William I. Fitzgerald.

Ballot Tuesday to choose GOP nominee

Republicans will go to the polls tomorrow to select their nominee to run this fall for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Democrat James Webb, who opted not to seek a second term. The GOP nominee will move on to face the Democratic candidate, former Gov. Tim Kaine, on Nov. 6.

Halifax County trustees hear more about landfill gas project

Halifax County school trustees this evening will get an update from South Boston Town Manager Ted Daniel on the landfill gas generation project that South Boston and the school system have agreed to in principle.

Garden Club spruces up library

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Garden Club members with Town and library officials.

Halifax Council takes up budget

Halifax Town Council meets Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall and is expected to approve the 2012-13 fiscal year budget, as well as appropriate funding to support it.

Policework, by the numbers

The South Boston Police Department’s annual report doesn’t show any shocking crime trends nor does it vary much over its three-year snapshot window.

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