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Halifax wants $550,000 for Farmers renovations

Town turns to Tobacco Commission for money to fix up building, citing proposal for agriculture incubator

To do two or not to do two

South Boston News
ONE WAY — South Boston officials propose that two-way traffic Downtown, both on Main Street and on parallel Broad Street, would prompt drivers of large trucks to take other routes, would slow too-speedy traffic and would increase the visibility of Downtown businesses.
Public hearing set Nov. 16 on returning downtown South Boston 
to two-way traffic

South Boston citizen makes request for North Main sidewalk extension

South Boston News
Walkers and cyclists brave this narrow section of South Boston's North Main Street between Hamilton Boulevard and Wal-Mart because they want to get to the commercial hub of Centerville. Local businessman Ford Breedlove asked Town Council to build a one-mile sidewalk linking the two areas.
It’s only a mile, but it can be quite a slog — and a perilous one at that — if you’re trying to walk it or bike it.

Politics and paddling, all in a week

The Town of Halifax will host a Keep the Ban symposium at Halifax County High School on Friday at 7 p.m. The event is free and the public is invited.

Wanted man taken into custody

The South Boston man wanted for allegedly assaulting and abducting a Campbell County woman is in custody.

Car crashes abound on county roadways

Tuesday was a bad day on Halifax County roads with four vehicle crashes occurring during the day. The report on the tractor trailer and log truck accident which took place around 4 p.m. on Bethel Road had not been filed at press time Wednesday. The roadway was blocked for several hours with traffic being detoured around the scene. Trooper R. T. Ridgeway is investigating the crash.

South Boston approves new tools against crummy buildings

South Boston Town Council passed a new ordinance to give it more teeth for taking care of structurally unsound, dangerous or derelict structures. It goes into effect at the end of the month.

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