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Budget or bust: Schools run risk of $1M giveback

Division short of money for pay hikes, some mandated

Squad leaders: ‘We’re not going to make it’

With fewer volunteers and more calls, rescue squads request funds for paid staff

Hemp: Real deal or flash in pan?

Many take wait-and-see approach on hemp growing until state writes regulations


Comets clobber Martinsville 23-0

The pitchers are throwing strikes and the defense has been strong. And the offense has been fairly potent.





Halifax > Halifax Police

Waste water treatment facility put into service

A co-generation facility at the Halifax County Industrial Park which has been idle for the past several years is being upgraded for use as an industrial waste water treatment facility by Spirit Services, Inc.

Students meet a favorite author, up close

South Boston News
HUGE FANS —Rustburg author Mary R. Bailey (center, back) is surrounded by EGP students from Clays Mill, Meadville, Scottsburg, Sinai and Sydnor Jennings yesterday following their hour long discussion of her book "Zhan Zeely and The Time Prevaricators." (SOMcL photo)
Fifth grade EGP (Elementary Gifted Program) students on Wednesday afternoon bombarded author Mary R. Bailey with questions about her book they are reading in their class, “Zhan Zeely and The Time Prevaricators.”

South Boston council reviews goals

South Boston Town Council members meeting for their regular committee sessions on Monday afternoon had a very short agenda. Current Issues members considered the prioritizing of their Strategic Goals and Objectives for the next two years 2010-12.

Two car collision reported in Halifax

Copper wiring stolen

Officer injured in wreck

A South Boston police officer suffered minor injuries and abrasions in a Friday morning accident which occurred at 9:13 a.m. at the intersection of Route 129 and State Route 9180.

Vehicles totalled

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This 2004 Ford Explorer was totaled in a 2:19 p.m. accident Saturday at the intersection of Wilborn Avenue and First Street. The driver, Jeffrey Franklin Davis, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way when he struck a 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe operated by Stacey Ragan Osborne of Wylliesburg. (David Conner II photo)

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