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Halifax > Halifax Government

HCSA line fix won’t be cheap

Directors of the Halifax County Service Authority discussed four options Tuesday for improving the water quality of some 40 customers in the Town of Halifax who live on Maple Avenue, Buena Vista Drive and Lakeshore Drive. The long-term solution would be the most expensive — costing an estimated $450,000.

Make green the color of the season

South Boston News
Jenny Hochstein and her husband have an electricity-generating windmill on their Oak Level farm, a dairy cow, egg-laying chickens and a compost heap, but, as director of the Halifax County Improvement Council as well as the county’s litter control coordinator, Hochstein offers some Christmas advice for … the rest of us.

Intelligence officer home for Christmas

South Boston News
Sam Lowery is home after spending 14 months in the Army Reserve doing high-tech biometric work to track down terrorists.
Sam Lowery of South Boston is home just in time for Christmas after serving his country in the war on terror.

St. John’s hosts violinist for Christmas Eve service

St. John’s Episcopal Church in Halifax will host an accomplished teenage violinist at its 11 p.m. Christmas Eve service, and the community is invited. The traditional service ushers in Christmas Day.

Residents warned of new scam

Local law enforcement officers are once again warning the public about scans involving money after a local resident was advised that he had won $5000 with " a reputable courier delivering the check."

The Lights of Caswell

South Boston News
Every winter Caswell residents Leon and Ann Paschal decorate their yard and cabins with over a million Christmas lights and miscellaneous decorations. The attraction is open to the local public and is free of charge; donations help fund the Paschals' approximate $10,000 electric bill generated by the light show. The couple says they "do it for Jesus because he's the reason for the season." The light show is located on Hwy. 158 between Yanceyville and Reidsville, N.C. Going from Yanceyville, turn left at the caution light. The display will be on the left.

Tina Smith remembered as a ‘gift’

Tina Louise Dyer Smith’s church and community paid final respects to the slain mother of two and former resident at a memorial service Saturday presided over by the Rev. John Eure, pastor of Ash Avenue Baptist Church.

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