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Town of Halifax sends out 2016 tax notices

Red Oak woman killed in two-vehicle collision

Virginia State Police are investigating a two-vehicle fatal crash Tuesday in Charlotte County. The crash occurred at 7:39 a.m., Aug. 23 on Route 632, less than a mile north of…

Second member of slain toddler’s family charged with murder

Prosecutor declines to comment on possible links to February death of A.J. Roane

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Sonny Riddle, retired teacher, journalist, dies

Rarin’ to go on the rail-trail; but 2.4 miles is all you get for now

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Bucks accumulating in fight against uranium

South Boston Town Council considers another $5,000 donation

South Boston council eyes $5K to fight uranium

South Boston considers donation to Virginia Coalition

Ominous skies give way to festival fun

South Boston News
Some just listened to the music as others danced at the 32nd annual Cantaloupe Festival. The Friday event drew a large crowd after rain clouds passed over and ushered in cooler temperatures. The entertainment was provided by The Pizazz Band and Legends of Beach.
Dark clouds and heavy rain showers Friday afternoon left ticketholders to the 32nd annual Cantaloupe Festival wondering what might be in store for the rest of the night, but the storm passed, cooler temperatures set in, and a big crowd enjoyed the respite from the hot weather to go with with the usual lineup of music, food and fun.

19-year-old logging worker dies in accident

South Boston News
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An employee of a Scottsburg logging company was killed while clearing timber Thursday morning in Pamplin, Va.

Going for the GOLD

South Boston News
Lauren Perdue, the niece of a South Boston woman and a student at the University of Virginia, is expected to swim Wednesday in the Olympics in the women’s 4 x 200-meter freestyle relay. This is a photo of herself, wearing her Ralph Lauren uniform, in the parade of athletes that she Tweeted to her followers.
USA swimmer with local ties races Wednesday

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