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Project cost soars, leaving HCSA in hole

Borrowing may be necessary to finish system upgrade

Suspected driver in fatal Pittsylvania hit-and-run arrested

A Nathalie man and the suspected driver in a Aug. 27 fatal hit-and-run wreck in Pittsylvania County has been arrested by Virginia State Police after weeks of searching by authorities.

Feds close probe with no charges against South Boston police

The U.S. Justice Department has closed its review into the death of Linwood Lambert Jr., the Richmond man who died on May 4, 2013 after being tased by South Boston…


Halifax hits the road against Magna Vista after Bassett win






Too many to love

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Kayden Worley’s family is fostering its first dog, a blue tick hound that will go to a rescue group specializing in the breed. Above, Cheryl Watts of Halifax cuddles a trio of kittens in the care of Faye Michaud. Now down to about 13, earlier this year Michaud had 41 cats needing for homes.
Foster homes get cats, dogs ready for adoption

The waggy tails of summer

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Teen spends vacation with veterinarians


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Cotton Mill towers may stay

Consolidating Halifax County/South Boston library branches gets another look

South Boston Town Council will re-visit the issue of library consolidation at its retreat later this month.

Suspect arrested in Fairmont Apartments shooting

Michael L. Jones, 32, of South Boston, was charged with felony malicious wounding, felony use of a firearm to commit malicious wounding and felony possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Week after LORP vote, retirees get notices

The 122 school retirees who last week learned that their expected retirement benefits had been eliminated were officially notified on Tuesday of the School Board’s action. The trustees voted unanimously on July 24 to drop the Local Option Retirement Plan (LORP) immediately.

Landfill-gas project still on the front burner

South Boston Town Manager Ted Daniel says that even though the Town’s landfill-gas-to-energy project with a public school as a partner didn’t pan out, the Town is looking for a new partner, possibly the hospital, Lindstrand or Pacific Headwear.

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