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Speakers unload on supes: ‘You should listen’

Frustrations boil over as Halifax County courthouse renovation draws nearer

Going to market

No shortage of unique gift ideas as EGP fourth graders unleash business acumen on the world

More time needed on solar plans, supes say

Developers seek new rule for paying upfront costs


Lady Comets looking towards productive season

Off to quality 2-1 start after beating Prince Edward






Fall Festival beats the rain, raises cash for Clover firefighters

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The Clover Volunteer Fire Department, host of Saturday’s Fall Festival, led off a morning parade that stretched nearly three miles and featured fire trucks and equipment from some 30 area fire departments. The Crewe Fire Department brought its antique 1923 Ford fire engine, still running on its own power. The oldest vehicle in the parade, the Crewe fire engine featured a hand-operated siren.
The Clover Fall Festival on Saturday beat the clock as area firefighters completed their friendly competition moments before showers descended on the community. Meantime, the Clover fire department, sponsors of the annual festival, closed in on its fundraising goals for the day.

Candidate forums slated for October

Candidates for local office — in races for Commonwealth’s Attorney, Board of Supervisors, School Board and South Boston Town Council — have been invited to participate in four public forums in October, sponsored by the Halifax County Chamber of Commerce and Halifax County Farm Bureau.

Police: No new leads in Marshall Ave. fire

Destroyed residence is latest setback for South Boston restaurant owner, family

Robbery attempt reported at C-store

South Boston Police are investigating an apparent robbery attempt at the American Pride convenience store on Wilborn Avenue in the early morning hours of Thursday, Sept. 19.

Two more drug suspects arrested by Task Force

Members of the Halifax/South Boston Regional Narcotics and Gang Task Force has charged two residents to continue a spate of recent drug arrests.

Wastewater plant expansion delayed

A raft of change orders has set back the expansion of the Maple Avenue wastewater treatment plant, members of the Halifax County Service Authority members learned during their regular monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon.

Blaze lit, assailants ‘left him for dead’

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The punching bag outside the ruined Marshall Avenue home.
Suspects invade home of restaurant owner, leaving disaster, confusion in wake of ‘cold-hearted’ assault

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