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Constitution Square site of 9/11 service Sunday

The public is invited to Constitution Square in Downtown South Boston on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with prayer, music and patriotism.

Staunton River State Park to hold cleanup day on attack anniversary

Citizens wanting to commemorate Sept. 11 by making a positive difference are invited to Staunton River State Park on Sunday at 1 p.m. for a cleanup day.

Missing Virgilina woman found alive and well

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Searchers combed the fields off Ramble Road, Virgilina, for 75-year-old Katie Williams, who wandered off Tuesday night in the rain.
Jubilant family members thanked rescuers and chuckled when hearing what Katie Williams told them when they showed up: “What took you so long?”

Halifax County Supes: sheriff can pay for cars

Halifax County supervisors on Tuesday night told Sheriff Stanley Noblin to pay for two new vehicles out of his current budget— after Noblin purchased the cars back in June without an appropriation in the 2010-11 budget to cover the costs.

Halifax County to fork over $378,000 for landfill

Halifax County supervisors on Tuesday night voted to pay two sets of costs associated with the regional landfill, located in Mecklenburg County, amounting to some $378,000.

Halifax County supervisors pay Chamber $20,000 for county marketing effort

Halifax County Supervisors earmarked $20,000 to the Halifax County Chamber of Commerce for a marketing agreement following a closed session on Tuesday night.

Halifax Council goes over project list, anti-mining effort

Halifax Town Council, with new member Terrie Lantor attending her first session, met for some four hours yesterday, as they discussed plans for the Town’s future.

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