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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.

Halifax County deputy charged in crash

Halifax County Deputy Sheriff W. Gray Nunn has been charged with reckless driving, failure to maintain control of the vehicle he was operating, according to Halifax County Sheriff Stanley Noblin. The citation follows a single vehicle accident which occurred earlier this month.

Halifax County resident donates educational materials to Longwood

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Dr. Dewey A. Adams hands over a copy of one of his dissertations he is donating to Longwood University to Dr. Deneese Jones.
A retired university educator who lives in Halifax County has donated his collection of dissertations and textbooks to Longwood University’s College of Education and Human Services.

Chicken pox outbreak at CSES monitored

Health officials are monitoring an outbreak of chicken pox at Cluster Springs Elementary School, according to Dr. Charles Devine, director of the Halifax County Department of Health. Since Sept. 1, eight cases of the disease have been confirmed among students and adults who attend or work at the school.

Tobacco Ball queen

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Scottie Felton was crowned this year's Queen of the Tobacco Ball by Greg Donner. The event is hosted by the Halifax County Historical Society and featured dinner and dancing to the big name bands of the ‘30s and ‘40s. All proceeds go to Society projects that benefit the community. (David Conner II photos)

HSCA mulls new loans

The Halifax County Service Authority is looking at the possibility of applying for two new USDA Rural Development loans to pay for utility improvements.

Halifax Council tackles varied agenda

Halifax Town Council will hold a work session prior to its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, beginning at 7 p.m. During the work session, Business Development chairman Bill Confroy and Events Coordinator Erin Shaughnessy will discuss recent and future activities in town.

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