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Halifax County School Board picks up effort to identify new superintendent

South Boston Council holds work session

Rabid cat reported in Seymour Drive area

South Boston residents are urged to be on the lookout for a rabid cat in the Seymour Drive area — and alert authorities if a feline matching the description is…


Comets begin spring drills





Halifax > Halifax Education

Cecil Anderson, former treasurer, dies at age 90

“He knew everybody and everybody knew him.” That’s how Halifax County Treasurer Linda Foster described her former boss, Walter Claude “Cecil” Anderson, who died on Christmas Day at age 90.

A tree for all seasons

South Boston News
Doug and Vickie Boyles won’t take down this tree next week. Their Travel Tree, festooned with ornaments from their vacations, stays up year ‘round.
Couple’s ‘Travel Tree’ stays up all year

Speakers object, but HCSA raises most users’ rates

Authority takes action after public hearing

Weekend blazes ravage shed, empty house

A passerby traveling on Lower Liberty Road Saturday afternoon around 4:30 noticed a fire burning in a shed behind the home of Mary Cage, at 1061 Lower Liberty Road, Nathalie.

Prizery alum makes national news

An alumnus of The Prizery’s Summer Theatre musicals recently got some airtime on the “ABC News.”

New water, sewer rates come up for hearing at hearing

Some customers in line to catch a break; others slated to pay more in 2013

Jolly elves who drive big tanker trucks

South Boston News
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING — Members of the Liberty Volunteer Fire Department went shopping yesterday with local youngsters. Shown are J. E. Anderson, Walmart’s Debi Bridgforth, Captain Devin Snead, shoppers Leanna Grove and Dustin Grove and their mom, Mary Betterton, Chief Andy Hughes, Terry Hudson and Ryan Hughes. (SOMcL photo)
Christmas shopping might be a hassle for some, but not for two young Sydnor Jennings Elementary students who were treated yesterday to a trip to Walmart by Liberty volunteer firefighters.

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