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More charges contemplated in fatal Vernon Hill crash

As the investigation continues into the Aug. 20 traffic crash that claimed the life of 9-year-old Julian Adam Suttle, Virginia State Police and the Halifax County Commonwealth's Attorney are currently…

Medical missionary

JMU student receives hands-on lessons in Third World health

Halifax County supervisors advised to borrow $16 million for courthouse

Ricketts - Hold off on full amount till needed


Comets take positive step forward

Pound Patrick County 42-12 in season opener





Halifax > Halifax Police

Community meeting held on waterways clean-up

The meeting will focus on plans for cleaning up the lower segment of the Banister River, Polecat Creek and Sandy Creek, all of which currently have elevated concentrations of bacteria. This means that people face a greater chance of contracting an infection or illness when swimming or wading in the creeks or river.

Stretch of Banister gains Scenic River designation over 38.4 mile stretch

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Lynn Crump and Lara Browning with the Department of Conservation and Recreation review notations at the Cowford Bridge batteau sluices. (Submitted photo)
A 38.4 mile section of the Banister River has been declared a Virginia Scenic River, according to an announcement made public last week by the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).

Halifax Regional Hospital closing in on choice of partner

Lumsden: Agreement with outside provider could be 
announced in 4-6 weeks

First day back: ‘AWESOME’

South Boston News
Just a few glitches as students head back to class

Feral hogs: A nuisance that’s ‘here to stay’

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Buck Buchanan of Clover after a day of hunting feral hogs. (Contributed photo)
“Feral hogs are here to stay,” said Aaron Proctor of the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) to a gathering of 50 people who turned out Monday night at the Scottsburg Volunteer Fire Department to learn more about the wildlife nuisance.

Dead dogs found next to trash boxes

The Halifax County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of three dogs found near the Liberty Volunteer Fire Department early Wednesday morning. According to Sheriff Fred Clark, the bodies of the dogs were found near the five green trash collection boxes near the fire station.

Hattie Brown fundraiser planned

A fund-raiser is being planned for Saturday, September 22, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to help find missing Hattie G. Brown, Retired Sgt. First Class, who was last seen at Sheetz in Riverdale on May 16, 2009.

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