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2 percent pay hike gains Halifax County trustees’ approval

Halifax County school employees will receive a two percent pay increase next year, following months of budget negotiations that finally have come to a close.

School lunch price rises

The Halifax County School Board on Monday approved an increase in school lunch prices to $2 for the coming school year, raising the price of lunches by 15 cents from the current rate of $1.85.

Lucky 13

South Boston News
Some of those working on the Tri-River chapter of Habitat For Humanity broke ground this week on the local group’s 13th house. Front row, from left: Thomas J. Walton (Waltons Appliance). Back row, Jim Sizemore (Rowe Insulation), Gene Haugh, Rev. Larry Davis (Arbor Baptist Church), Ted Daniel (South Boston Town Manager), Steven Crutchfield (Crutchfield Associates), Rev. Russell Lee (First Presbyterian Church), Henry Medley, Shane Foushee (Crutchfield & Associates), Thomas Majors (Bannister Baptist Association Men’s Ministry), Mike Koch (board president of Habitat), Scotty Szakacs, Bob Mason, B.J.Thornburg, Rev. Lawrence Wilkerson, Morris Bryant (South Boston Town Council member) and Bob Hughes (executive director of Habitat).
Habitat starts contruction of new house in South Boston

Two arrested on drug charges

Two local men have been arrested on felony drug charges by members of the Halifax-South Boston Regional Narcotics and Gang Task Force.

Womack to run for supervisor

South Boston News
Earl Womack
A second person has picked up a packet from the county registrar’s office to run for Halifax County Board of Supervisors in the Nov. 5 general election.

Hospital price tag - $116,000,000

South Boston News
Pact sets aside $75 million for major capital projects, spells out lines of authority for Sentara, local boards

Local boards retain input, oversight role, with caveats

Officials with Sentara Healthcare and Halifax Regional Health System refer to their pending $116 million transaction as a merger — but the text of the agreement makes plain that the local hospital system’s assets will end up solely in Sentara’s hands.

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