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SVHEC receives tobacco grant to boost nursing ed training

Memorial benefit for Laitkep family June 25


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Halifax > Halifax Education

State ABC stores now open on Sunday

Beginning Sunday all Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) retail locations that have not previously been open on Sundays will now be open from 1-6 p.m.

Local judges recuse themselves from Noblin investigation

Local judges have formally recused themselves from any involvement in the ongoing investigation of former Sheriff Stanley Noblin, another possible indicator that a probe into Noblin’s alleged embezzlement could be drawing to a conclusion.

Trustees amend LORP, commend Stapleton

Halifax County School Board members on Thursday afternoon met in closed session for some 90 minutes discussing personnel issues. However, upon returning to open session, they certified that no business other than personnel had been discussed.

Staunton manager chosen for top county post

South Boston News
Staunton’s assistant city manager, Jim Halasz, was tapped as Halifax County Administrator on a unanimous 7-0 vote by the Board of Supervisors Monday night. ED#1 Supervisor J. T. Davis was absent from the meeting.

Halifax County Library system confronts $67,000 budget shortfall

After meeting for some two hours, at least one in closed session, members of the Halifax County-South Boston Library Board on Tuesday afternoon tabled approval of the budget until Monday, July 2 when they will meet again at 4:30 p.m. at the Halifax branch.

Halifax County supervisors agree to post match money for SVHEC grant

Bank objects, citing calls from constituents

Capital charge still in place against Terry

Circuit Court Judge Joel Cunningham has denied a request by lawyers for James Lloyd Terry to dismiss the capital murder charge against Terry on the grounds that state sentencing guidelines are “arbitrary and capricious.”

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