The streets of Virgilina were packed tight Saturday for the annual Virgilina Summerfest parade. The day-long Summerfest is sponsored annually by the Virgilina Volunteer Fire Department and features the parade, music, food and other activities. (David Conner II photo)
05/26/12 - 1:15 pm Halifax
The Halifax County Sheriff's Office and the Virginia State Police are seeking the whereabouts of Eric Lamont Davis, black male, 25, 5'7", 165 pounds. His addres is listed as Pumping Hill Road, Nathalie. Davis is wanted on several robbery, firearms and grand larceny charges. He is considered armed and dangerous and may be traveling in a late 1980s, early 1990s Chevrolet Caprice. Police and a state police tactical unit, along with tracking dogs and a state police helicopter searched the area around Davis' home Wednesday night, but were unable to locate him. Anyone with any information regarding Davis is asked to contact the Halifax Co. Sheriff's Off. at 434-476-3334, or the Virginia State Police at 1-800-552-0962.
HCHS Senior Kate Bane is the recipient of the 2012 Halifax County High School Principal's Award. Presenting the award is HCHS principal Albert Randolph. (David Conner II photo)
05/24/12 - 7:33 am Halifax South Boston
Project fires up economy, with more jobs to come
Dr. Merle Herndon plans to hit the ground running when she starts work as Halifax County school superintendent on July 1, and for a road map she has ample source material — including the recently-released school efficiency and curriculum studies.
Viny Sarnataro, owner of Italian Delight, located in Halifax Square Shopping Center accepts the prestigious 2012 Community Excellence Award from Thomas J. Donohue, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
05/24/12 - 7:29 am Halifax South Boston
Italian Delight of South Boston was honored this week at America’s Small Business Summit 2012 with the Community Excellence Award. The award, which is presented by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, recognizes the success a business has achieved in the eyes of its employees, customers, and community.
Halifax’s proposed budget — which calls for no tax increases, higher spending on police and repairs to Town Hall — drew no comment Tuesday as Town Council conducted its advertised first reading of $1,013,841 spending package.
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