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Halifax County school discipline panel to begin work

South Boston council approves refinancing plan

Healthy Living Expo returns March 22


Comets’ regional game punted to Saturday






Two persons cited in disturbance

An apparent dispute turned ugly Monday night. Deputies and the Virginia. State Police were called to 7220 Huell Matthews Highway, South Boston a little past 11 p.m. for a disturbance which resulted in the arrest of two individuals. The victims were both neighbors of the two accused.

Lantor named to Halifax Council

South Boston News
Terrie Lantor
Terrie Lantor was unanimously named by Halifax Town Council Monday evening to fill the seat in the Town's Ward B recently vacated by Councilman Tommy Reagan, who resigned due to health issues.

Flag stolen from Boyd’s Ferry Crossing

On Tuesday, Aug. 30, officers with the South Boston Police Department responded to a call of a larceny at Boyd’s Ferry Crossing in the downtown area.

Consumer protection hotline opened for Hurrican Irene scams

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) opened a 24-hour Consumer Protection Hotline to assist with complaints related to Hurricane Irene. Anyone who believes they are the victim of price gouging, home repair or tree removal scams, or other consumer-related issues should call 1-800-552-9963 statewide or 804.786.2042 in the Richmond area.

Hurricane Irene update from Virginia Emergency Operations Center

Runners brave Irene in Hope for Hailey 5K

South Boston News
Runners and walkers braved the wind and the rain from Hurricane Irene Saturday morning to participate in the Junior Woman’s Club Hope for Hailey 5K. Several dozen runners participated in the event with money raised going to benefit Haley Duffer from Chase City who was recently diagnosed with Leukodystrophy. (David Conner II photo)

Irene swings, misses Halifax

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
Top, A gust of wind turned Henry Morrison's umbrella inside-out on Saturday morning. Henry was at the Hope for Hailey 5K, where drizzle didn't stop the race. Hurricane Irene brought only rain and blustery winds to Halifax County, but power outages left some in the dark.Above, Hunter and Grace Langford were playing video games at their home in the Union area when four trees came crashing down outside about noon on Saturday. A metal carport was damaged, as was a pasture gate.
500 without power at worst; hurricane leaves scattered damage to trees

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