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Santa makes his parade rounds

DRS ribbon cutting draws visit by Lt. Governor

With new affiliation, firm aims to expand workforce

Grandson charged in death of retired Halifax contractor


Comet wrestling drops five matches in tournament






Halifax County officials mull race relations committee

Commonwealth's Attorney Kim White defends prosecutor’s office

Ruff: Changes will prevent future scams

Virginia Tobacco Commission vice chairman Frank Ruff yesterday broke the commission’s silence regarding the imminent sentencing of former commissioner John W. Forbes in a $4 million federal fraud case.

To Kill a Mockingbird opens Thursday

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The Halifax County Little Theatre's production of To Kill a Mockingbird opens Thursday at the Prizery. The cast of the upcoming production were putting the finishing touches on their performance Monday night during dress rehearsal.
The definition of opposites is, quite plainly, a juxtaposition of items that don’t belong together. In some cases this opposition pushes objects apart, as with magnets, in others these opposing forces are able to find harmony. Such is the case with oil and water.

Damage heavy in two South Boston fires

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Sunday was no day of rest for South Boston firefighters, who rushed to two house fires: A small pile of burned debris rests on the lawn of this North Main Street home, where a blaze did an estimated $140,000 in damage. The owner of the house is listed as Thomas Eggleston and the occupants listed as John and Susan Follette. Damage to a Chamberlain Street address was considerable.


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Volunteers with the Southside Gleaning Network gather and prepare left-over farm produce for distribution to area food banks.
Veggies would rot if not for hunger-fighting organization

Crafting a business at the Holiday Living Show

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Twelve-year-old Alexandra Reddy sells crocheted caps, capes, fingerless gloves, purses and scarves at the annual Holiday Living Show, sponsored by the Business Women's Association of Halifax County at the high school. The daughter of David and Susan Reddy of Halifax, Alex says she will use her profits to tithe to her church, save for a trip to Paris and do a little shopping.

Halifax County Service Authority hikes going public

The public will have an opportunity to weigh in on proposed water and sewer rate increases when the Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) hosts a public hearing this Thursday, Nov. 18. The public hearing begins at 7 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex in Halifax.

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