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Halifax accepts process for taking down Clarkton Bridge

Two arrested in connection with attack at Alford home

North Carolina authorities are reporting the arrests of two men in the Friday home invasion in Littleton, N.C. that left Nancy Alford dead and her husband, Brodnax pastor John Alford,…

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Memorial Day Service held in Halifax

South Boston News
A Memorial Day service was held Monday at the War Memorial in Halifax. The program, sponsored by the John M. Jordan Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans, featured South Boston town manager Ted Daniel as guest speaker. (Sylvia McLaughlin photo)

The Tractors are coming, The Tractors are coming

South Boston News
Wayne Smith gets his tractor ready for the upcoming 80-mile round trip Tractor Parade to John H. Kerr Dam and back. The parade will begin at Smith's farm on Buckshoal Road on Saturday, June 12.

An epitaph, at last

South Boston News
HENRIETTA’S HEADSTONE DEDICATION — Rev. Alfred Chandler, pastor of St. Matthew Baptist Church of Clover (right) led the official dedication of the tombstone for Henrietta Lacks, joined by family members at the family cemetery off Lacks Town Road in Clover. (Tom McLaughlin photo)
A packed house gathered to honor a woman — long dead — whose complicated legacy left the scientists and preachers alike in the room groping for just the right words of praise.

Principal’s Award winner

South Boston News
Jessica Bagbey was the winner of the prestigious Principal’s Award during the Class Day Awards ceremony Wednesday at Halifax County High School. Here she accepts the plaque from HCHS Principal Albert Randolph as her parents look on. (Danny Lamberth photo)

Buffalo Junction woman dies in ATV crash

Faithfest brings together community of the devout

South Boston News
AT FAITHFEST — Local gospel groups played for visitors to the annual Faithfest, held at the Tuck Dillard Stadium at Halifax County High School on Saturday. Youngsters had a good time enjoying free games and inflatables, as well as a petting zoo offered during the event. (David Conner II photo)
Faithfest, the annual celebration sponsored by area churches, turned out well after a slow start on Saturday afternnoon due to difficulties with the sound system. In the end, though, things worked out and visitors seemed to have a really good time, said organizer Bonita Nelson.

Vandalism reported over weekend

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