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Bill introduced to end Board impasse – in November

Del. Edmunds: Stalemate among county supervisors ‘is hurting us with economic development’

McDonald’s lawsuit gets widespread attention

Ousted minority employees strike back at local franchise, fast-food parent in U.S. court

SOLAR POWER COOPERATIVE GAINS MOMENTUM

Here comes the sun – and dozens of residents who want rooftop systems

Sports

Bluestone boys win two, lose one with season drawing to close

Three games left before conference play begins

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Halifax > Halifax Government

Nathalie shop broken into

Halifax County High School band marches on – sorta

South Boston News
Halifax County High School Principal Albert Randolph hosts a crowd of about 70 band supporters (most not pictured) Wednesday afternoon. He pledged to lobby the school division administrators to keep the band alive in the coming year. He planned to meet with Schools Superintendent Paul Stapleton on Thursday morning.
The principal vows to have something in place as soon as possible – but it may be as an after-school activity, not as a class

Red Cross continues appeal for blood donors

Media support and news stories helped boost the number of people presenting at blood drives, some of whom had not donated in years. The crisis is far from over however, and supplies still remain dangerously low.

Lawyer: VIR litigation not going forward, both parties working toward ‘fruitful relationship’

Lawyer says VIR litigation not going forward; VIR had asserted AMA wouldn’t return phone calls

FIRST PERSON/OPINION: How Greed And Sloth Killed The AMA Pro Event At VIR

Greed and sloth—or maybe greed and ignorance—killed the 2011 AMA Pro event at VIR.

MAN OF ACTION

South Boston News
Staunton River State Park Manager Josh Ellington, left, is honored by State Sen. Bill Stanley, center, and Del. James Edmunds with a copy of the senate joint resolution commending his bravery and action when an E2 tornado ravaged the park on April 16. A brief awards presentation was made Wednesday at the park, near Scottsburg.
Ellington hailed as hero for tornado response

White: Likely to seek death penalty for Rice murder

Autopsy: 84-year-old woman died from blows to head

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