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Elsewhere in Southside, five killed by flash floods

Panel to tour early learning center, offer advice to supes

HCPSEF awards more than $23,000 in mini-grants


Barons aim to finish strong with playoff berth in sight

Varsity holds No. 6 spot in JRD rankings






A great day to celebrate Harvest Fest

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Crowds thronged to Downtown South Boston Saturday for a beautiful day of fun at the annual Harvest Festival celebration. Young — and old — enjoyed pumpkin painting (right) and lots of other activities. (David Conner II photos)
A hot but beautiful fall day provided the backdrop for the annual Harvest Festival in downtown South Boston Saturday, and the effort paid off as crowds during the day approached 10,000 at their peak, said the organizers.

Mandies in two-car mishap

A 66 year old South Boston man died of injuries suffered in a two-vehicle accident on Thursday evening. Bernice F. Link of South Boston, the operator of a 1997 Chevrolet Malibu, died shortly after the 6:10 p.m. accident on State Route 704, about 30 feet north of Oilfield Drive.

Nathalie man killed in bushhog accident

A 73 year old Nathalie man was killed Thursday around 11 a.m. in a freak accident while working with a bushot.

Halifax moves to slow up motorists

Ignoring VDOT advice, Council drops speed limit on Golf Course Road

South Boston Harvest Festival celebrates onset of fall with day full of fun

South Boston News
Crowds flood the streets at a past Harvest Festival, with the return of the annual celebration set this Saturday in downtown South Boston.
Main and North Main Streets will mark the center of activity at Saturday’s Harvest Festival in downtown South Boston, with arts and crafts for sale up and down the street, entertainment on three stages and food around every corner.

Police have few leads in robbery of South Boston fast-food restaurant manager

South Boston Police are continuing to look for the man who robbed a manager of the local Wendy’s restaurant located at Old Halifax Road Monday morning.

Thefts, B&E investigated in Halifax County

The Halifax County Sheriff’s Department is investigating several incidents in the southwestern part of the county over the past couple of days. Someone broke open the front door to Dale Bates’ home, 3232 Harmony Road, Alton, sometime between 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday and stole a jar of change. Deputy Chris Hudson is investigating the break-in.

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