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Halifax County Junior Livestock Show draws enthusiastic turnout

South Boston reviews upcoming budget

Draft budget ups taxes for Mecklenburg schools

Supes propose modest increases in real estate, personal property rates to offset debt service costs; no extra for school operations


Kickers stumble against Eagles





Halifax > Halifax Police

3 ways to sign up for Kids Kollege classes

Robust rebound after tornado

South Boston News
Secretary of Natural Resources Doug Domenech, left, talks with Park Manager Josh Ellington near the site, once heavily wooded, where the April 2011 tornado demolished the contact station. The storm hit the park head-on, cutting a path more than a mile long. No one was injured, and Ellington was credited with heroism for his efforts to alert park visitors.
State secretary congratulates Staunton River State Park staff

Staunton River State Park gets intern

South Boston News
Staunton River State Park snagged one of only five interns in a state program that puts college students in a three-summer program to introduce them to careers as park rangers.

Sheriff’s Office stays on the go with 1,619 calls in April

Disaster planning meeting Tuesday

Halifax County school board meets tonight

Suspect flees, apprehended

On May 10 just past midnight Town of Halifax Officer W. R. Wilmoth initiated a traffic stop in front of Pino’s Pizza on Main Street in Halifax for a vehicle speeding in a 25 mile per hour zone. The vehicle was operated by 43 year old Kenneth W. Mack, Sr. of Durham, N.C.

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