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Halifax County native receives honor
03/26/15 - 6:02 am
The public is invited to attend the dedication of a reading bench, honoring the late Hank Bruining on Friday, at 3 p.m. at the SVHEC Innovation Center, outside the Welding…
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Runners and walkers braved the wind and the rain from Hurricane Irene Saturday morning to participate in the Junior Woman’s Club Hope for Hailey 5K. Several dozen runners participated in the event with money raised going to benefit Haley Duffer from Chase City who was recently diagnosed with Leukodystrophy. (David Conner II photo)
08/29/11 - 7:16 am Halifax
Top, A gust of wind turned Henry Morrison's umbrella inside-out on Saturday morning. Henry was at the Hope for Hailey 5K, where drizzle didn't stop the race. Hurricane Irene brought only rain and blustery winds to Halifax County, but power outages left some in the dark.Above, Hunter and Grace Langford were playing video games at their home in the Union area when four trees came crashing down outside about noon on Saturday. A metal carport was damaged, as was a pasture gate.
08/29/11 - 7:09 am Halifax
500 without power at worst; hurricane leaves scattered damage to trees
Job market unfriendly, young adults without high school degrees find out
South Boston library manager Jessika Petit
08/29/11 - 7:07 am Halifax
The Halifax County-South Boston Public Library has added Mango Languages to its growing list of patron resources.
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling at Riverstone
Halifax County part of joint venture
Sen. Mark Warner with a Chamber of Commerce audience at Common Grounds. (Blakely Swanson photo)
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner spelled out several ideas to get the economy moving as he met with about 100 business leaders and members of the Halifax County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday morning.
Pictured with fifth-graders during their P.E. class are those who helped with the Lowe’s Heroes projects at Sinai Elementary School. From left, they are, Sinai Principal Mike Wilborne, Lowe’s store Manager Simon Jones, Aubrey Roller, Peggy Daniel, Jeff Puryear, Betty Poole, Bill Saunders, Robbie Wazeka, Schools Superintendent Paul Stapleton, Coleman Speece of Halifax County Public Schools Education Foundation, Logan Young of the foundation and Randy Irby of Irby’s Property Management. Not pictured are representatives of Epps Landscaping and Bo’s Hydraulics.
Lowe’s Heroes program this month undertook several projects at Sinai Elementary School: reworking an old ball diamond and erecting a chain-link fence and bench, putting in new landscape timbers around a swing set and beautifying the school marquee.
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