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Museum turns tables on challenge of fund raising

Banister swept up by River Rubbish Rampage

Halifax County school board ups monthly salaries


Comets pick up shut out win over William Campbell






Improv comedy comes to Prizery this Friday

South Boston News
Broadway's Next H!t Musical is an improvised musical comedy direct from Broadway. Each unique show unfolds as the comedy troupe learns titillating facts about the audience and weaves these hilarious details into their improvisations.
Hilarity direct from New York City

When does a garden begin?

For the supporters of the Southern Virginia Botanical Gardens, it started when the idea that “we might be able to create a public garden in the area formed in our minds. As sweet as that moment was, the garden actually began on the Sept. 8 when a big white semi-truck from Alabama came driving through the garden gate.”

C-Care Center ready to start

Halifax County IDA preps additional request for funding to boost latest bid for manufacturing

HCSA reviews bids for waterwater expansion

The Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) will review bids received on Sept. 20 for expansion on the Maple Avenue Wastewater Plant, the main item of business when authority board members hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday.

South Boston Police set up child safety seat inspection station

National Child Passenger Safety Week kicked off on Sunday, September 18 and concludes on Saturday, Sept. 24. The week provides an opportunity for law enforcement personnel to educate the community on the importance of having all children properly secured in appropriate safety seats, booster seats or seatbelts at all times.

Clinics to close at end of November

Habitat for Humanity raises money with pumpkin sale

South Boston News
Habitat for Humanity will be manning a Pumpkin Patch in the parking lot of Heritage House during the month of October, hours Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Residents can find pumpkins of all sizes, just ready for the carving of their Halloween decorations.

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