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Sparks fly at Halifax County supervisors meeting

Jack Dunavant accused Halifax County Board of Supervisors chairman Dennis Witt of rigging the board’s decision to sell the old Halifax Elementary School to Echelon Resources

No charges against officers in Lambert’s death, family told

Prosecutors met with representatives of the family of Linwood Raymond Lambert Jr. for nearly four hours on Monday to reveal their decision not to charge any of the South Boston…

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Local rapper, writer killed by hit-and-run driver Monday

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A Halifax County native is dead, and Richmond police are searching for the hit-and-run driver who killed him.

Go-karting at Staunton Meadows gets go-ahead

Halifax County Supervisors on Monday night approved a conditional use permit which will allow the Summerfield Realty Group to operate a youth and adult camp at the former location of Camp Staunton Meadows, located at 8150 Mt. Laurel Road.

Halifax County supervisors back manufacturing partnership with DCC

After more than an hour-long discussion Monday night, the Halifax County Board of Supervisors gave its blessing to the concept for a partnership in Advanced Manufacturing with Danville Community College, Southside Virginia Community College, the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center and Halifax County Public Schools, as well as a plan to expand the Regional Center for Advanced Technology and Training (RCATT).

Fly-in at Tuck Airport Saturday

Youngsters may start pilot training program at show

Dylan Wynn soon to be free; barred from Halifax schools

Dylan Eugene Wynn, the teenage triggerman who shot his sleeping, abusive father at the behest of his mother and grandmother, will soon be released from juvenile detention.

Recycling pitch wins over Halifax County supes

Student earns kudos; supervisors hear gas line plans, approve budget and set tax rates

HISTORICAL BATTLE: Which conserves more old structures, Virginia Uranium or preservationists?

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Top, Motley’s Mill, upstream from the town of Halifax on the Banister River in Pittsylvania County. Its large stone dam remains, and its interior is preserved. (Photo courtesy Blue Ridge Environmental Defense Fund) Above, Womack Manor, built in the 1850s, is among the eight historical properties that Virginia Uranium Inc. says it is committed to preserving on its 3,500 acres. (Photo courtesy Virginia Uranium Inc.)
Uranium: Now it’s a fight to take up the cause of historic properties

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