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Town of Halifax sets hours, schedule for Fourth of July

Halifax Town Hall will be closed on Monday, July 5 in observance of Independence Day. Please be aware that the Town of Halifax will be picking up recyclables on Friday, July 9 due to the modified Holiday schedule.

Occoneechee, Staunton River named to Top 100 parks list of

Occoneechee State Park in Clarksville and Staunton River State Park in Scottsburg have been named to ReserveAmerica’s 2010 “Top 100 Family Campgrounds” list.


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Top, participating in Sunday’s dedication of the Outdoor Crossing of the Dan site are South Boston Town Manager Ted Daniel, Barbara Bass, president of the Halifax County Historical Society, Larry Aaron, author of “The Race to the Dan,” South Boston Mayor Carroll Thackston and guest speaker, Charles Cranfield. Above, heading up Sunday’s rededication of the DAR Wayside Memorial were Millie Casey, Flora Osborne, Betty Willis, Vivian Evans, Jane Willis, Barbara Johnston, Jane Edmunds and Anne Raab. Not pictured, Lottie Sue Nunn, chapter chaplain.
A special twin dedication of historical exhibits was celebrated Sunday in South Boston, augmenting the historic appeal of the region.

Halifax trustees to hear more on efficiency study

Halifax County school trustees will meet on Monday at 6 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex to approve final expenses and bills for the 2009-2010 fiscal year that ends June 30.

South Boston Council polishes off budget today

South Boston Town Council will hold its final meeting of the year Monday to appropriate funds for the $9,815,903 budget that takes effect July 1. The final reading of the FY 2011 budget highlights the agenda for tonight’s Council meeting, which begins at 5:45 p.m. at Council Chambers on Yancey Street.

Halifax Farmers Market opens

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A BIG DAY IN HALIFAX — Customers, vendors and visitors were all pleased Saturday with the big turnout at the grand opening celebration of the Farmers Market in Halifax, located in front of the old Farmers Foods store on Main Street. Vendors offered homegrown tomatoes, cucumbers, squash and corn, as well as canned jams and jellies and freshly baked breads and pies. Music by the Bluegrass 5 and the Halifax Hillbillies also brought out a lot of fans, as did other activities offered during the event. The market will be open on Fridays and Saturdays during the summer months.

Minor crimes reported

Sometime over the past few days, someone entered the home of the late Vandie Saunders on Huell Matthews Highway through the back door and stole a small amount of cash. Taken from the home was a jar of change that had been in a bedroom.

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