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South Boston holds work session Tuesday

Walker named recipient of Principal’s Award

Virgilina draws huge crowd for Summerfest

Fine weather boosts holiday weekend turnout


Lady Comets drop Albemarle ... finally





Halifax > Halifax Police

Liberty University gets leaf funding for medical school

The coming $40 million medical school at Liberty University in Lynchburg – helped by a just-announced $12 million grant from the Tobacco Commission – means another potential source of doctors for area hospitals and clinics.

Going both ways

Meeting Tuesday will discuss downtown two-way traffic in downtown South Boston

DUI charge lodged in one-vehicle mishap accident

A 49 year old Virgilina man has been charged with DUI following an early Saturday morning single vehicle crash. Robert Allen Summers was charged by South Boston Police Cpl. J. Berry after the 2005 Dodge pick-up he was operating ran off the right side of US 501, striking a guard rail in front of the Church of God in Centerville.

DUI charge filed

Uranium symposium, Banister festival planned in Halifax

Expert speakers on the hazards associated with uranium mining will lead a symposium at Halifax County High School on Friday, October 14 at 7:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Halifax County woman bound for Arctic Circle

South Boston News
Regina Easley onboard the RV Henry Bigelow following the Deep Water Horizon oil spill.
Regina Easley, a 1995 graduate of Halifax County High School, has embarked on a research journey to the Arctic Circle. On Sunday, she boarded the oceanographic icebreaker Healy operated by the United States Coast Guard in Dutch Harbor, Alaska (the Aleutian Island port seen in the television show the “Deadliest Catch” on the Discovery Channel), for a 25-day research cruise.

A real page-turner: Read-a-thon will keep you up all night

That bestseller keeping you up late? The Halifax County High School Book Club will stage a round-the-clock read-a-thon this weekend at South Boston’s Constitution Square to raise money for their group.

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