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Revenues up as South Boston prepares for budget

Story of the Crossing goes national

Documentary on Dan River wartime tactic spread across U.S.

For Mecklenburg trustees, it’s a testy New Year

Tanner, Smiley win leadership posts on 5-4 vote; audience misses out on early decision


With two wins in the books, Comets ready for GW





Halifax > Halifax Police

Hurt votes in favor of last-minute debt ceiling deal

Fifth District Congressman Robert Hurt, a Republican from Chatham, voted Monday night in favor of the compromise debt deal. The vote was 269 to 161.

Supes give trail property tax exemption

Halifax County Supervisors on Monday night unanimously approved a real estate tax exemption for four parcels of land that will be included in the 2.4 mile section of the Roanoke River Rails to Trails project. This section of the trail runs from the old Cotton Mill property to Berry Hill Estate. and is a part of the Tobacco Heritage Trail that runs through parts of Brunswick, Mecklenburg, Lunenburg, Charlotte, Greensville and Halifax counties.

Hammer wielded in fight

Halifax County Sheriff’s deputies were called to 7236 Huell Matthews Highway, South Boston, around 5 a,m. Sunday morning where an altercation between a male and female caused another male to get involved, along with his hammer.

Milk-making superwomen swarm Facebook

It’s World Breastfeeding Week. Internationally, advocates are trumpeting their cause. And Halifax County’s lactating women are doing what everyone else is doing — they’re flocking to Facebook.

Wine Trail gets tourism grants

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For the second consecutive year, the Southern Virginia Wine Trail has received matching grant money for advertising and promotion from the Virginia Tourism Corporation. This time: $7,477.

Where are they now? On Wall Street, buck naked

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Nathan Eckenrode in high school, left, and today.
Bare-all commentary on Wall Street gets national attention.


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Law enforcement officers joined together for a tug of war battle with local EMTs at the National Night Out celebration Tuesday. Also in attendance were canine officers and a Virginia State Police robot. (David Conner II photo)

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