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HCMS instructor Cathy Henderson takes top honor as Teachers of the Year lauded

Developers ask HCSA for lower hookup fee

An invigorating day outdoors for visiting veterans at the Cove


Bluestone boys track takes conference crown

Brooks, Evans qualify for VHSL state competition; 11 advance to regions






Not just any old pea

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James Brown kneels down to inspect a chickpea sprout and containers of Sabra brand hummus lines a local grocery store shelf.
Hummus conquers America, proclaims the Wall Street Journal, and a Halifax grower joins the chickpea army

Work is easier to come by in March

Halifax jobless rate falls to 8.7 percent as more return to local workforce

Hospital, Sentara formalize pact, expect merger to begin by July 1

Officials with Halifax Regional Health System (HRHS) in South Boston and Norfolk-based Sentara Healthcare have signed a formal affiliation agreement and now await regulatory approval of the deal, which is expected to go into effect July 1.

Northam campaigns for support in Halifax

Virginia Beach senator vies for Lt. Governor nomination

Mother’s Day celebrated at Halifax Farmers Market

The Second Saturday with Southside Master Gardeners will begin on May 11 at the Halifax Farmer’s Market and continue until Sept. 14 from 8 a.m.-11 a.m..

Halifax County tax bills are out

The deadline for first installment payment of County real estate taxes for 2013 is Wednesday, June 5. Postmarks dated June 5 will be accepted without penalty and interest on the first installment. Under state law, a 10 percent penalty per year and a 10 percent per annum interest rate will be added to the unpaid taxes on first installment as of June 6, according to Halifax County Treasurer Linda Foster.

Halifax lawyer joins race for Commonwealth’s Attorney

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Tracy Quackenbush Martin
Halifax attorney Tracy Quackenbush Martin announced Saturday that she will run for Commonwealth’s Attorney in the Nov. 5 general election. She becomes the second declared candidate in the race, joining incumbent county prosecutor Michael Freshour, who announced his bid last week.

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