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and Mecklenburg Sun
07/24/14 - 7:37 am
SVHEC ramps up new Center of Excellence with $2 million grant
07/24/14 - 7:36 am
A Monday morning fire razed a two-story rental house at 1911 N. Main Street in South Boston despite quick action by firefighters to quell the blaze.
07/24/14 - 7:31 am
Robertson-Dabrowski overcomes struggles
07/28/14 - 8:56 am
Scottsburg has been eliminated in state Dixie Youth O-zone state tournament, and the South Boston allstars remain alive in the postseason event at the Day Complex.
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04/04/11 - 7:27 am Halifax
A well-read retired man in Halifax hadn’t heard the term. A middle-aged South Boston mother was vague on the definition. To the uninitiated: The word is an amalgam, a combination of the noun “sex” and the verb “to text” (as on a cellphone).
Halifax County supervisors have four public hearings on their agenda for tonight’s meeting at the Mary Bethune Complex. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
By a 5-2 vote Thursday, the Halifax County School Board approved a 2011-12 budget of $57,124,894 — although the trustees still do not know how much money the county will contribute for school operations in the upcoming fiscal year.
A 29 year old man suffered multiple stabbing wounds in an incident near Porter Lane in South Boston on Saturday night, according to the South Boston Police Department.
As they grapple with major budget uncertainties, Halifax County Public School officials are breathing easier since Gov. Bob McDonnell last week vetoed a bill that would have mandated more physical education.
Laclinton Boyd of 3097 Hog Wallow Road, Nathalie, called police at 3:35 a.m. Sunday morning to report that his car had been stolen. Boyd said that he had washed his black 2005 Cadillac, which sports chrome 22 inch wheels just before dark on Saturday night.
A two vehicle collision on State Route 658, about one-tenth mile south of the intersection with State Route 744, resulted in no injuries but heavy property damage. The accident occurred at 11 a.m. on Sunday morning.
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