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Halifax planners change meeting date

Nathalie man held for murder after domestic dispute

A Nathalie man has been charged with first degree murder after a 44-year-old woman was fatally shot outside of an Epperson Trail residence on Wednesday night.

Nathalie man gets 21 years in slaying

Jennings pleads guilty 
to second degree murder


Comets shake off rust, pick up two wins

Soar past Tunstall 81-41






Supes order preliminary courthouse work

County supervisors on Monday night directed County Administrator Jim Halasz to seek bids for architectural and engineering services for the renovation of the historic — but dilapidated and outdated — Halifax County Courthouse.

Fairgrounds plans tilt towards economic development

After expressing dissatisfaction with an initial version of a fairgrounds master plan, county supervisors got a look Monday at three more alternatives for the future of the 250-acre, $3.5 million property.

Senate redistricting plan fails, leaving Halifax split in half

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The Republican redistricting plan that died in the House of Delegates Wednesday would have cut Halifax County into two Senate districts, the southern one extending from Danville to Petersburg and featuring a majority African-American population. The map at right shows the existing Senate district line through Halifax County.
A controversial State Senate redistricting plan that would have placed the southern half of Halifax County in a new black-majority district is dead following action Wednesday in the House of Delegates.

Man arrested after high-speed chase

The chase for a 23 year old Halifax man ended when the man, Nathaniel Tyrone Terry, ended the chase at his home on Pine Trail.

Trustees accept Fuller resignation

The former principal was removed from her post at Meadville in early September

Halifax County supervisors to recognize Cassada

Halifax County supervisors have no public hearings on the agenda for their regular monthly meeting tonight, which begins at 6:30 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Bethune Complex.

Bland winners

South Boston News
Lions Club President John Todd presents a $300 check to Caleb Anthony Flowers, who won first place in the Vocal Division of the Lions Club Bland Music competition held Friday night at The Prizery. Flowers, a 15-year-old homeschool student from Clover, has won the Bland vocal award for the last three years.
Seventeen-year-old harpist Katherine Elizabeth Campbell, a student at Danville’s George Washington High School, and Caleb Anthony Flowers, a 15-year-old home-schooled countertenor from Clover, each took home $300 after winning the South Boston Lions Club’s annual James Bland Memorial Music Contest Friday night at The Prizery.

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