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Flyover nets $63,000 in pot plants

South Boston amends zoning ordinance for funeral homes

Labor Day schedules released


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Comets need to show improvement

Halifax County High School did some positive things in its season-opening win over Patrick County Friday night, but the level of competition should be significantly higher Friday when E.C. Glass…

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With the WDBJ murders, a friendship torn asunder

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Top, slain WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, in a photo posted on Facebook by friend and former co-worker Ashley Talley of South Boston (below), who hired Parker out of college.
South Boston's Ashley Talley, now working as a TV news director in Myrtle Beach, helped WDBJ’s Alison Parker start her career.

Halifax County considers ag firm incentives

Smaller companies that create jobs, investment would be eligible for grant payments

South Boston considers zoning for funeral homes

Community painted in oil, month-by-month

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Belk buyers stress desire to build on its traditions

Charlotte, N.C. retailer with local store – and historic South Boston ties – sells to private equity firm for $3 bill

Cancer Association moves to new Halifax office

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From left: Edward Farmer, Patricia Seat, Michelle Epps (fundraising coordinator), Cynthia Haugh, Patricia Whitlow, Teya Whitehead (Cancer Resource Center, Lawrenceville, Va.) Dana Mayo, Sharon Blosser (Director, HCCA Patient Services), Calvin Williams (HCCA Board President), Jennifer Laughorn, Jack Dunavant, Ed Owen (South Boston Mayor), Kristy Johnson (Halifax Mayor), Cathy Carter, Michael Lipford, Brenda Lipford, Denise Barksdale (Assistant Town Manager of Halifax), Edna Guthrie, Stuart Comer (HCPD) and the Rev. Dave Cline (Grace Baptist Church).
Main Street location acquired with the help of late anonymous patient

Scam callers demand bill pay for power

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