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The Halifax County Middle School’s Newspaper and Yearbook Staff will be heading to the 87th Annual Journalism Convention at Columbia University in New York City March 15. Other planned attractions include a Broadway show: Phantom of the Opera, Times Square, and Ripley’s Believe it or Not Wax Museum. Italian Delight owner, Viny Sarnataro, is holding a buffet special to help raise money for this trip. The buffet will be held on Sunday, Feb. 27, from 11:30 am–6:30 pm. Tickets can be purchased from any HCMS publications student for $8 or for $10 at the door. The buffet includes pizza, pasta, salad, and a drink. All of the proceeds will go towards the classes taken at Columbia University.
HCHS ACE coach Beth Layne offers encouragement to the starting four in Saturday’s Regional Scholastic Bowl at Stonewall Jackson High School in Manassas. The Comets went 0-2 on their two regional matches after going undefeated in the Western Valley District regular season and tournament. See more photos at SoVaNow.com (David Conner II photos)
Former deputy, Liberty Mini Mart owner announces bid to unseat Noblin in November race
Halifax County Treasurer Linda S. Foster announced Friday that she is running for re-election as treasurer. “It has been an honor and privilege to serve the citizens of our towns and county over the past 25 years as treasurer,” she said.
02/14/11 - 8:36 am Halifax
Year-round hunting of foraging deer, bear and elk advances in General Assembly
A “construction launching” of the new Green View Advanced Manufacturing Center is set for Tuesday, at 10:30 a.m. at the site of the former Daystrom facility at 1120 Greens Folly Road.
New signs on the bins in South Boston tell recyclers they don’t need to sort their recyclables any more — it’s OK to mix them. Commingled recycling is already under way in South Boston, Volens and Four Forks, and it’s coming soon to the rest of the county. Just two requests from county officials: Don’t tie up recyclables in plastic bags; that messes up the process. And, of course, keep garbage separate.
There’s no more need to separate items for recycling
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