06/23/16 - 6:53 am
Halifax may enter service provider business – directly or indirectly
06/23/16 - 6:50 am
Elmo stages Independence Day parade, but Scottsburg nixes its event
06/23/16 - 6:49 am
State Police, outside prosecutor conclude Bowen was justified firing at armed man
06/27/16 - 7:22 am
Barnes earns POY year honors while Bane named top coach
06/14/12 - 6:47 am Halifax
32nd annual July Fourth celebration in Scottsburg
06/14/12 - 6:45 am Halifax
College student Isabella Martin visits the Emerald Isle
Mary and Keith Douglas erected a fence to keep their neat house and yard separate from what they term troubled properties, one of which is abandoned and boarded up. But the fence is too tall by Town standards.
06/13/12 - 7:36 am Halifax South Boston
Here’s Mary Douglas’ predicament: Exasperated by two neighboring houses, she and her husband, Keith, last month erected a fence – did the work themselves – only to have the Town of South Boston tell them their too-tall fence must come down or they’d be fined.
Kenneth Dean Wilborn Jr.
Kenneth Dean Wilborn Jr., 39, of Rodgers Chapel Road, has been charged with aggravated sexual assault, child neglect, taking indecent liberties with a child, two counts of penetration with an object and two counts of forcible sodomy.
South Boston Mayor Carroll Thackston, left, and Vice Mayor Ed Owens, right, look as though they’re taking cues from Prince Charming himself. In fact, the professional cast of The Prizery’s Summer Theatre Celebration production of “Cinderella” – resplendent in Renaissance-style costumes– descended upon Town Council’s Monday night meeting to introduce themselves and invite Council to a show. “Cinderella” – the first of three musicals this summer – opens June 21. John Michael Chappell, center, plays the sought-after Prince.
06/12/12 - 7:24 am Halifax South Boston
Josh McCrowell and Travis Blount-Elliott flank retiring teacher Judy Owen, who taught Latin for 35 years at the high school, at a party in her honor over the weekend.
The South Boston Farmers Market opened with fanfare Saturday, including a bluegrass band and drawings for prizes. Manager Ray Satterfield said vendor sign-ups are strong, and he picked up two new vendors that morning. Buyers snatched up the limited number of early, red, homegrown tomatoes “like buzzards,” said one farmer, who had planted his in March and carefully protected the plants by covering them on cold nights. Others were content with green tomatoes, either for frying or for putting in a windowsill to ripen. Above, Jackie Tillery prettifies some onions. Not only were fresh vegetables available, but potted blooming plants, garden plants, pies and breads.
06/11/12 - 6:04 am Halifax South Boston
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