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On the Ebola front lines

County native opts to switch duties as Emory RN, bringing him face-to-face with victims of outbreak

Tax deadlines jeopardized by tardy bills

Town of Halifax expects to push back due date for personal property payments; South Boston struggles to stick to schedule

Prizery managing director to leave position


Coleman Starnes, coaching legend, dies at age 75

Frank Coleman Starnes, the most successful high school varsity football coach in Comet history, passed away Wednesday






High Point Road break-in investigated

Electric cooperatives agree to buy power from Suffolk landfill gas operation

Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative has announced that its power supplier, Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC), has signed a long-term agreement to purchase 12 megawatts of power and renewable energy credits from a landfill-gas-to-electricity generation plant in Suffolk.

Days before wedding, bride had sought protective order

Mrs. Wynn claimed abuse as far back as 11 years ago

Preliminary hearing in Wynne murder delayed

The preliminary court hearing for two people accused of murdering Eric Wynn, 36, has been postponed until June 21.

In honor of the fallen

South Boston News
The annual Memorial Day service to honor United States veterans who lost their lives serving their country was held Sunday afternoon at the War Memorial in Halifax. Chris Fitzgerald, left, and Stacey Perkins of the Halifax County High School JROTC carry the flag for the solemn service. Both teenagers say they would like to make the military a career. (Eva Cassada photo)

Wilkersons open newest labor of love, a book store and cafe

South Boston News
Bob and Mary Wilkerson at their new book store in South Boston.
This is a love story about a middle-aged man and a busy woman who met in 1996 in a bakery/cafe in Pasadena, Calif.

Miss Halifax County Pageant of Hope Saturday

South Boston News
Contestants for Saturday’s third annual Miss Halifax County Pageant of Hope are, from left, first row, Nadia McCormick, Leah Guthrie, Krysten Haley, Hailey Owen, Brooke Comer, Anika Hess, Kasey Martin, Mya Martin, Kallie Vaughan, Emma McKinney. Second row, Marissa MacDonald, Mary Beth Carmichael, Caitlin Perkins, Emily Lloyd,Chaylee Whitlow, Kyra Brooks, Madison Lloyd. Third row, Brittany Griles, Keyannah Pleasant, Heather Watson, Denisha Leigh, Morgan Arthur, Meagan Thompson. Amber Blanks, Makayla Barksdale. Not pictured, Elizabeth Hardy, Cassidy Osborne & Peyton Lowery. The third annual Miss Halifax County Pageant of Hope to benefit Halifax County Cancer Association (HCCA) will be held on Saturday, June 4, at 7 p.m. in the Halifax County High School Auditorium. Come out and support these young ladies, for $5 per vote you can help one of these lucky participants earn a tiara and the title of Most Supported Contestant. You may vote the night of the pageant or by mailing your votes to: Halifax County Cancer Association, PO Box 875, South Boston, VA 24592. Make checks payable to HCCA and include the contestants name on the check that you are voting for. All votes need to be received no later than Friday, June 3. All proceeds from the pageant are being donated to HCCA and all money will stay in Halifax County helping our own cancer patients with gas vouchers, cancer related supplies and medications and much more. For more information about your local cancer association, you may call 572-2714.

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