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Water complaints lessen, but measures continue

Architectural history of Halifax Courthouse published

Hudson issues statement on candidacy


Lady Comets easily handle Staunton River

The Halifax County High School varsity softball team had an easy time Wednesday, shredding Staunton River, 16-1, in non-district action.





Halifax > Halifax Government

Breast cancer – back then

South Boston News
Cherry Burnette of South Boston, an on-the-go retiree and grandmother of seven, had breast cancer in 1977 – before pink ribbons were ubiquitous and when “breast cancer” was sometimes uttered in hushed tones. Radical mastectomies, not lumpectomies, were what the surgeon typically prescribed.
A reminder of how attitudes and medicine have changed in 34 years

Halifax County Split School Board makes choice on efficiency study

A divided Halifax County School Board approved a $95,000 contract with North Carolina-based Prismatic Services, Inc. to carry out a comprehensive school Efficiency Review. The vote was 4-3 vote, with ED-1 Trustee Devin Snead absent from the Monday night meeting.

State accredits Halifax County schools

All Halifax County public schools are state accredited, according to a report from the Virginia Department of Education. The accreditation is based on SOL testing carried out last spring.

Nathalie teenager injured in wreck

A 17-year-old male juvenile from Nathalie was flown by helicopter to a Lynchburg hospital after he was ejected as his vehicle rolled over four to five times in a Tuesday night crash.

New system could walk 911 dispatchers through calls

South Boston Town Council this week promised a document of support for a grant the Halifax County Emergency Services department and the E-911 Board is seeking to pay for upgrades to its dispatching system.

HCMS parent protests shortage of math textbooks

A Halifax County Middle School parent complained about a shortage of math textbooks at the regular monthly meeting of the Halifax County School Board on Monday night.

Virginia Museum how-to lecture coming to Prizery tonight

Elizabeth Cruickshanks will present a one-session informational talk entitled “How to Apply for a VMFA Visual Arts Fellowship” on Thursday in South Boston. Sponsored locally by The Prizery, the lecture will be at The Prizery at 7 p.m.

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