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Death of Emma Layne confirmed; police seek leads in Cody homicide case

With grim news, family turns attention to quest for justice

New solar project in Clays Mill goes public

Community meeting draws residents in search of details

Celebrating the legacy of Dr. King


Park View slams ‘Dogs in renewal of rivalry

See-saw battle between familiar foes brings Lawrenceville crowd to its feet





Halifax > Halifax Government

All in the family

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Barbara A. Epperson, left, Robert A. Buchanan and Marie B. Buchanan
Three Long Island residents have been arrested and charged with breaking and entering and grand larceny. The charges stem from the arrest of 25 year old Robert A. Buchanan of 2106 Buffalo Road, Long Island, who was caught last Friday afternoon in the house belonging to Mark Boothe of Madison Heights. The house had previously been broken into twice.

South Boston Council listens quietly to ‘Mockingbird’ complaints

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Halifax County NAACP chairman Kevin Chandler, left, spoke in opposition to the upcoming Halifax County Little Theatre production of To Kill a Mockingbird during the South Boston Town Council meeting Monday. Joy Woolard, right, defended the play, saying censorship was dangerous.
The NAACP says it will address the joint meeting of the Halifax County Board of Supervisors and town council on Monday, Nov. 15.

HSCA: Rising fees spur search for new home

The Halifax County Service Authority is making plans to construct a new home at the Houghton Industrial Park in South Boston, a move that officials say is driven by rising costs for office space inside the county administration building in the Town of Halifax.

Fires destroy pair of Vernon Hill structures

Two structure fires kept members of the Oak Level Volunteer Fire Department busy on Friday. An afternoon blaze destroyed a Vernon Hill home and a second fire around 6 p.m. leveled an abandoned frame house.

Jobless rate drops to 12 percent

Unemployment tumbled across the state and also in Southside Virginia during the month of September as students returned to school, shrinking the size of the labor pool.

South Boston seeks input on botanical garden plan

South Boston Town Council will host a public hearing tonight at 7 p.m. on a proposed agreement with the Southern Virginia Botanical Gardens and Environmental Education Center to develop a botanical garden at Cotton Mill Park.

Town offices set schedule for Veterans Day Thursday

Town of South Boston offices will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 11 for Veterans Day.

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