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Lambert suit comes back up in federal district courtroom

The judge presiding over a $25 million lawsuit brought by the family of Linwood Raymond Lambert Jr. against the Town of South Boston has yet to decide whether a key…

Volunteers needed to help with South Boston Christmas Parade Dec. 5

South Boston man jailed on malicious wounding charge


Comets could be good

Larry Epperly, his staff and a very talented group of Comets came within one fateful opponent’s 3-pointer of crashing the State 5-A Final Four a year ago.





Halifax > Town of Halifax

Tickets issued for Super Bowl weekend

Minor injuries, vehicle damage in South Boston wreck

Halifax Regional Hospital is shedding light on heart disease – red light, that is

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HRHS opts for color change, offers activities during American Heart Month.
HRH has changed its exterior lighting in honor of American Heart Month, Feb. 1-29, and National Wear Red Day, Feb. 3

Colorful coat for South Boston

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Destination Downtown South Boston’s Streetscape Art initiative continues to spread paint. Shelby Talbott, owner of Sacs SoBo Eclectique, hopes to cover the glass windows of vacant shopfronts with colorful designs and scenes — provided their owners consent. Acrylic paint washes off easily, she says. Destination Downtown President Wayne Fuller, on ladder, applies a coat of primer to a plywood barrier around a building on lower Main that is soon to undergo rehabilitation. Rosana Humphreys, left, and Betty Caldwell, are among the artists who will paint the panels. Once the work is finished and the “wall” comes down, the segments can be saved and used elsewhere. Downtown also boasts fire hydrants painted to resemble town founders.

Democrat steps up to take on Hurt

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Retired Army officer blasts ‘do-nothing’ Congress, gives 5th District a competitive race

Suspect nabbed in tobacco barn theft

Caught in the act — that’s seemingly what happened in a Monday theft after a passerby noticed that the suspect in the crime had backed his truck up to a barn on a southwestern Halifax County farm.

School surveys draw response

The Halifax County School Board will hold a special meeting on Thursday, Feb. 16 beginning at 3:30 p.m. in the school board conference room to review the results of a survey that the public is invited to complete listing the critieria for a new superintendent.

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