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Wilson: I had no idea what was coming

South Boston town manager resigns $108,000 post after Council presents difficult ‘choices’

Pulling off the open road for food and chat

Catching up with a pair of Hells Angels

Forfeiture sale wins judge’s approval

Action comes as Farley responds to government plea to auction assets

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Enthusiasm expanding overall for Comet gridders

Halifax County High School football took a step forward a year ago, and head coach Kenneth Day and his staff found a way to improve the overall enthusiasm for the…

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Jobless rate shrinks, but number of jobs is steady

Halifax County figure falls to 7.0 percent

South Boston council moves on funeral home request

Hearing slated to consider zoning change, expansion

Aiding a nation’s recovery

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Elizabeth Leggett at the 2015 University of Richmond graduation
Recent college graduate Elizabeth Leggett will spend upcoming year with Rwanda relief program

Feds seek to auction off Farley’s boat, camper, autos

Prosecutors are asking a federal judge to authorize the sale of a boat, camper and automobiles that were seized last year from Kathy Farley of Halifax, the former Cherokee Tobacco president who faces a 47-count federal indictment for tax evasion, money laundering, wire fraud and other charges.

South Boston council meets tonight

South Boston Town Council will gather in work session this afternoon at 5:45 p.m. on Council Chambers on Yancey Street at which time members will be introduced to two new town employees. They will meet new police officer Treavor Richardson and animal control officer Allison Dixon.

Answering the call

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Top, members of the family of little Anne-Marie Griffin are extremely grateful to the community for the response to a blood drive held Monday in the infant’s honor. From left, first row, Liza Griffin, Diane Holmes, Bradley Griffin, Jean Griffin. Second row, Horace Griffin and Randy Holmes. Above, HCHS student Sydney Cash donates blood.
Blood drive held in honor of infant born prematurely draws overwhelming response

Armed robber gets nearly five year term

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