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No quick start for efficiency review of Halifax County school system

A deeply divided Halifax County School Board voted 4-3 Monday against an immediate start for an efficiency study of school operations by the state Office of Planning and Budget (OPB). However, Halifax County is still on the OPB’s waiting list to carry out the study, which is estimated to cost $110,000, mostly borne by the state.

Last-ditch effort made to save Lawson House

An effort is under way to spare the turreted, brick-and-stone Lawson House on North Main Street from the wrecking ball.

Wanted: South Boston Council replacement

South Boston Town Council now has a timeline for replacing Sandra Thompson, who is moving to North Carolina, but the appointment comes with two elections in quick succession for anyone wanting to hang onto the seat.

Grab your hoe: Community garden plans are on track

Yard too shady for a garden? Is your yard nonexistent? Never got the hang of suckering tomatoes?

Halifax contracts for street painting

The Town of Halifax is contracting to have the on-street parking lines and yellow no parking curbs painted along U.S. Highway 501 (Main Street) on Monday, Nov. 15 starting at 4 p.m. beginning from the railroad tracks and moving north. The crew plans to delay the sections along the Main Street commercial area until after 5 p.m. later that afternoon as a convenience to businesses and patrons.

Bistro featured in magazine

Bistro 1888 in Downtown South Boston merited a mention in Cooperative Living’s November edition cover story about dining out on Thanksgiving.

‘Mockingbird’ popular – but not without opposition elsewhere

At this very moment, “To Kill a Mockingbird” is in wide production around the nation, according to the Dramatic Publishing Company, which owns the rights to the stage versions of the book by the same name, adapted by Christopher Sergel – but it is running into spotty opposition elsewhere.

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