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Fuller, White named Homecoming King, Queen

On the Ebola front lines

County native opts to switch duties as Emory RN, bringing him face-to-face with victims of outbreak

Tax deadlines jeopardized by tardy bills

Town of Halifax expects to push back due date for personal property payments; South Boston struggles to stick to schedule


Coleman Starnes, coaching legend, dies at age 75

Frank Coleman Starnes, the most successful high school varsity football coach in Comet history, passed away Wednesday





Halifax > Halifax Police

Proposed Halifax County meals tax slated to go to a vote

Following a closed session Monday night, the Halifax County Board of Supervisors requested that a meals tax referendum be placed on the November 2011 general election ballot.

Halifax County disaster victims encouraged to apply for state recovery assistance

Victims of April tornadoes in Halifax County who continue to have unmet needs may apply for help from the Virginia Disaster Recovery Fund, according to Emergency Services Coordinator Kirby Saunders.

Balanced budget takes shape for Halifax County

Halifax County supervisors have nearly completed the county budget for the new fiscal year that starts July 1, although the tax-and-spending package will not be finalized until the Board meets again June 20.

Harvest time at local farmers markets

South Boston News

HCHS Bullies program in jeopardy due to tight times

South Boston News
Beth Layne
After at least 20 years, the Peer Mediation program at Halifax County High School likely will undergo changes as its founder and longtime sponsor steps down.

South Boston approves budget, plans for drought contingencies

South Boston Town Council on Monday night unanimously passed the Town’s 2011-12 $9.6 million budget.

Therapist’s clinic backed in South Boston

South Boston Town Planners unanimously endorsed on Wednesday night a conditional zoning request for a building on Yancey Street that Jane C. Rose hopes to use as her medical office. Rose, a psychotherapist, would treat clients in the small brick building that once served as South Boston’s public library. It has since been used as an office by Trinity Episcopal Church, which stands across the street.

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