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Poplar Creek Project envisions affordable, eco-friendly housing

Senate passes up Friday vote on sales tax bill

The Virginia Senate declined Friday to hold a floor vote on legislation by Del. James Edmunds that would authorize Halifax County to hold a referendum on a local sales tax…

Sales tax bill faces final test in Senate

Vote expected Friday on levy for new high school

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Halifax man stabbed; son arrested at house

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Police at the Mountain Road residence near the Town of Halifax.

Former local classroom teacher to lead state initiative

South Boston News
Jennifer Stevens
Stevens promoted as Virginia Advanced Study Strategies (VASS) president

Halifax promotes cleanup, Earth Day

Task Force arrests two on drug charges

Minority parents air concerns about climate at HCHS

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The crowd gathered for Monday night's meeting of the Halifax County School Board. (Contributed photo)
Parents of black and minority students at Halifax County High School appeared before the School Board on Monday night to decry recent acts of abuse, bullying and racism aimed at their children and toward a parent herself.

Crucial votes lie ahead in Senate for sales tax bill

After passage in House, next major hurdle is Senate finance panel; Ruff offers support

BRIDGE OF HONOR

South Boston News
Members of the community gathered Sunday for the dedication of the Runt Powell Memorial Bridge over the Banister River, on Wolf Trap Road near Scottsburg. The bridge honors the late Calvin Stover “Runt” Powell, who owned and operated Runt’s Store on James D. Hagood Highway for 49 years until his death in 2017. Shown under the highway marker are members of his family, from left: Garry Slagle, Lindsey Slagle, Jennifer Powell Slagle, Bruce Slagle, Vince Warren, Diane Powell (widow of Runt Powell), Jenna Warren, Audrey Powell Warren and Troy Warren. They were joined by Del. James Edmunds (second from right) and Steve Meadows (right), who led the effort to have the bridge named after Powell.
Runt Powell Memorial Bridge dedicated on Wolf Trap Road, nearby home of longtime community leader, store owner

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