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Halifax Dems offer support to Cockburn at Monday caucus

Caution urged for Prom Night

Emergency services chief resigns post


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Top, Bright Meadows Vineyards brought fine wines to the Friday Night Jam in Halifax as Shirley and Boyd Archer worked the crowd. Middle, Vendors were out in force with strawberries, crafts and herbs as people attending the event enjoyed a variety of musical entertainment. Above, Halifax councilman Tommy Reagan enjoyed the pop corn. It was the second Friday night event of its kind for the Town of Halifax.

Trustees consider new review option by superintendents group

Halifax County School Board members on Friday afternoon weighed a new option for a school efficiency study — a low-cost route for assessing education programs and procedures that proponents pitched as an “educational services review.”

Firing into apartment leads to arrest

A 30-year-old Scottsburg man has been arrested and charged with breaking and entering, felony child endangerment and assault of a family member.

Former county man dies in auto accident

A former Halifax County resident, 50 year old Gary Wayne Beard died Friday, Aug. 27 from injuries suffered in a single vehicle accident which occurred in Franklin County.

Letters with powder sent to office, found not hazardous

Virginia State Police are investigating the receipt Wednesday of two letters by the Public Defenders Office in Halifax that contained what authorities termed a “suspicious substance.”

Health district reports case of whooping cough in schools

There has been one reported case of whooping cough, also known as pertussis, in a student who attends Halifax County Middle School, according to Charles J. Devine III, M.D., Director of the Southside Health District.

Council committees to meet

South Boston Council committees will hold their monthly work sessions this afternoon beginning at 5:45 p.m. in Council Chambers on Yancey Street. Members of the Finance panel will review the Town’s monthly financial statement presented by Finance Director Erle Scott; the panel will also consider his request to charge off delinquent personal property taxes that the town has been unable to collect during the period of 2001-2004.

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