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N&R brings home VPA contest wins

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The News & Record won nine awards in the annual Virginia Press Association News and Editorial Contest Saturday night in Norfolk. The annual competition honors the best journalism across the state, judged in categories based on newspaper circulation; Virginia has about 50 newspapers the size of the News & Record.

Storm packs 1-2 punch through area

Downed trees and power lines reported in northern, southern parts of Halifax County

Effort under way to start Boys & Girls Club

A group of citizens led by South Boston Council member Tina Wyatt Younger and Michelle Cole is working to form a Boys and Girls Club in the area, with a $150,000 fundraising goal to have the organization in place by fall 2014.

Leonard named acting Charlotte school chief

Leonard began working with the Charlotte County school system in July, when she was hired by the board to serve as assistant superintendent. The position became open when former assistant, Steve Baker, officially retired from that slot.

Drug suspect arrested

Art to make appearance at HRH, artists on hand also

Soon to be exhibited at Halifax Regional Hospital are the works of a very talented group of Halifax County High School art and woodworking students. The community is invited to celebrate them and their works at a reception on Thursday, April 25 at 7 p.m. in Leggett Auditorium.

Near-perfect setting in Halifax for Earth Day

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LEARNING ABOUT THE WATER — Madison Robbins, 2, and Jaliyah Terry, 8, played with inflatable globes in a sandbox that contained seashells and bits of trash that kids were cautioned to remove. (Eva Cassada photo)
A steady crowd enjoyed a near-perfect spring day as Halifax celebrated Earth Day on Saturday. “It was just wonderful,” said Halifax Events Coordinator Susi Robbins of the Farmers Market celebration. “The day couldn’t have been better and the kids seemed to have a great time.”

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