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Halifax County schools get passing grade on federal benchmarks

While the Halifax County school division achieved a passing rate on federal Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs), two schools failed to meet the criteria.

Halifax County trustees raise Herndon’s pay, equaling VRS share

The School Board agreed Monday to grant a 5.075 percent raise to Superintendent of Schools Merle Herndon, matching a corresponding hike in required employee contributions to the Virginia Retirement System.

Police search for missing elderly woman

South Boston News
Ruzie D. Suggs
Virginia State Police have issued a senior alert for a 90-year-old Burlington, N.C resident, Ruzie D. Suggs, who has gone missing since Saturday and is believed to have visited the local area this week.

34-year-old dies in apartment fire

South Boston News
Late-night accident involving microwave is suspected cause of Tanglewylde blaze

Star attraction

South Boston News
Carolyn Nichols, an official with the South Boston Garden Club, which spearheaded the project, and World War II veteran William Snead admire the new Blue Star Memorial marker dedicated Sunday afternoon at the south entrance into South Boston. Snead, who was on Normandy Beach on D-Day in 1944, had the honor of unveiling the sign. A large crowd assembled for a ceremony, which featured speakers and the bands and choruses from Halifax County middle and high schools. Blue Star Memorials honor the men and women of America’s armed forces past, present and future. The National Council of State Garden Clubs began its Blue Star Highway system across the nation following World War II.

Uranium, library to lead tonight’s Council meeting

Uranium, library consolidation and longer library hours are expected to dominate tonight’s meeting of the South Boston Town Council.

Trustees face insurance woes

The Halifax County School Board faces a decision tonight on how the division should cover the cost of health insurance for school employees. With a 5.1 increase kicking in October 1, the cost of health insurance premiums exceeds the amount budgeted by $1.1 million for the current fiscal year.

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