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Spreading the cheer downtown

Open House draws big business for local shops

Halifax County planners take up first solar request

629-acre project in Crystal Hill on tap for Tuesday public hearing

No sign of man sought in malicious wounding

The whereabouts of 34-year-old Antone Lemont Hamlett remain unknown after police issued a warning to citizens that he may be armed and dangerous. Hamlett, the suspect in a malicious wounding…

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New insurance exchanges take shape in Halifax

Rates come in below expectations

South Boston offers harvest at fun at fest

The streets of South Boston will be brimming with visitors on Saturday as the annual Harvest Festival returns.

Ferguson coming to Constitution Square

Halifax County Historical Society begins fourth decade

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The Halifax County Historical Society begins its forty-first year this October and to celebrate, is offering for sale its newest commemorative ornament—the Double Creek Stone Railroad Bridge. The stained glass ornament features the double-arched railroad bridge built circa 1856 to span Double Creek. The historic bridge is one of three quarried stone railway bridges constructed in Halifax County.

Washington-Coleman Community Center ribbon cutting to be held this Saturday

A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Washington-Coleman Community Center is scheduled for Saturday, at 10 a.m.

Fall Festival beats the rain, raises cash for Clover firefighters

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The Clover Volunteer Fire Department, host of Saturday’s Fall Festival, led off a morning parade that stretched nearly three miles and featured fire trucks and equipment from some 30 area fire departments. The Crewe Fire Department brought its antique 1923 Ford fire engine, still running on its own power. The oldest vehicle in the parade, the Crewe fire engine featured a hand-operated siren.
The Clover Fall Festival on Saturday beat the clock as area firefighters completed their friendly competition moments before showers descended on the community. Meantime, the Clover fire department, sponsors of the annual festival, closed in on its fundraising goals for the day.

Candidate forums slated for October

Candidates for local office — in races for Commonwealth’s Attorney, Board of Supervisors, School Board and South Boston Town Council — have been invited to participate in four public forums in October, sponsored by the Halifax County Chamber of Commerce and Halifax County Farm Bureau.

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