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South Boston building updates, plans for assistant manager aired

Blue Ribbon Extraction is now Golden Piedmont Labs

Halifax County school board votes to let teachers bring their children to work


GOTR to empower girls through running, life skills

Signups under way for girls in grades 3-5





Halifax > Halifax Education

TV sets taken in Halifax

New crowd control policy in place for HCHS football games

As a result of several safety concerns being expressed to the Halifax County High School administration and Halifax County School Board, a new procedure for fans attending home football games will be put in effect for Friday’s game with George Washington High School.

Farm Bureau ambasssador speaks at gathering

South Boston News
Scott Crowder, president of the Halifax County Farm Bureau, welcomed William Lloyd, the 2010 Farm Bureau Ambassador and Wayne Pryor, president of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation to the annual meeting, held at the Bright Leaf Forum. (SOMcL photo)

Halifax County Farm Bureau members on Thursday evening welcomed William Lloyd of Abingdon to their annual meeting held at the Bright Leaf Forum on Seymour Drive.

Council to meet Tuesday

South Boston Town Council will meet tomorrow night at 7 p.m. in Council Chamber on Yancey Street, a day later than usual due to the Columbus Day holiday.

Halifax Council mulls yard sale ordinance

Halifax Town Council will hold its work session Tuesday, Oct. 12 beginning at 7 p.m. in Town Hall with Council’s regular monthly meeting set to follow the committees’ work session.

12-year-old struck by car Friday

A 12 year old youth was struck by a passing motorist at 2:42 p.m. on Friday afternoon on Route 621 (Chisholm Trail) abut one tenth mile west of Route 642, in the Nathalie area.

Officer kills pit bull while approaching suspect

South Boston News
Joseph Whittington III
A South Boston police officer shot and killed a pit bull while approaching the Shepherd Street home of a man who was subsequently arrested on suspicion of pointing a gun at a neighbor Thursday night in South Boston.

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