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South Boston council honors Buffalo Soldier on 100th birthday

South Boston Town Council on Monday night paid tribute to 100 year old Raymond Shelton

South Boston Police seek suspect

Prizery readies for fall music headliners



The Comets made a change in the program after the Mike Roark-era did not work out. Day, meanwhile, has accomplished his goal of keeping the focus off himself in preseason…





Halifax > Halifax Education

Judgeship likely to be settled by governor

South Boston News
Kim White
State Senate: White not qualified to fill open Circuit position, but local prosecutor garners support in House of Delegates

Halifax budget includes one fewer officer

Halifax Town Council on Tuesday night voted to advertise a $977,671 town budget for the coming 2011-12 fiscal year. Council voted to amend an earlier proposed budget of the same amount, but moved $35,576 from the police department to the administrative department.

Work on visitors center stalled

South Boston News
The building that will eventually house the Halifax County Visitors Center, next door to Supply Line Discounts in Riverdale, has yet to be closed on. The Tobacco Commission, which is giving almost $500,000 to the project, has trouble with “a very favorable lease” of most of the building back to the seller.
Leaf panel has concerns; site not purchased, no renovations under way

Clover man found in Dan River upstream in Danville

South Boston meals tax could go up

That hamburger or dinner out could get a wee bit more expensive next year if you buy it in the Town of South Boston.

Halifax jobs picture brightens

Some of the counties along the North Carolina border continued to have the worst unemployment rates in the state in March – but Halifax County’s job report improved significantly from the month before.

Citizens respond in aftermath of tornado

The F-2 Tornado that struck the Virgilina area on April 16 left behind a path of destruction nearly 14 miles long. In the hardest hit areas, many families were left only with a changed landscape that was littered with pieces of their homes, outbuildings, sheds and personal belongings. Families, neighbors, and even strangers sprung into action immediately following the storm.

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