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Caution urged for Prom Night

Emergency services chief resigns post

Four days, three fatal crashes

A Clarksville teen died Friday in Buffalo Junction wreck, the first of three deadly car crashes in Mecklenburg County in the past week.

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Halifax County supervisors seek input on reassessment, 2014 budget as deadlines loom

The Halifax County Board of Supervisors will try again tonight to host a public hearing on the 2014 real estate tax assessment after two prior attempts were wiped out by winter weather.

Burial thefts ‘just like the day they died’

Woman finds brass vases at grandparents’ graves gone

North Carolina asks to set aside deal with Duke on coal cleanup

Reversing course in the wake of the Feb. 2 coal ash spill on the Dan River, the state of North Carolina is seeking to abandon a consent order it negotiated with Duke Energy that would have required the utility to pay a $99,100 fine but avoid a requirement to clean up pollution at two coal ash sites in the state.

With new leadership, a new era for The Prizery

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Pat Anderson-Flowers, left, Prizery managing director, with Blair Toner, president of the CACF.
Pat Anderson-Flowers takes reins as art center’s managing director

Halifax County IDA signs off on loans for office renovations

Members of the Halifax County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) on Friday signed off on three loan agreements to pay for renovations and expansions to county office buildings.

Halifax hosts public hearing on bond issue

The money will finance construction costs of the Banister River Gateway Project as the work proceeds and will then be repaid from grant funding awarded to the Town by the Virginia Department of Transportation.

New officers, directors for Destination Downtown

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Top, New officers on the Board of Directors of Destination Downtown South Boston are, from left, Gene Haugh, president, Andy Newland, vice-president, Wayne Fuller, decretary and Les Powell, treasurer. Above, Brandee Sharpe Lloyd of Team Nurse and Clint Johnson of Southside Virginia Community College are new members of the Destination Downtown board.

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