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‘An exciting day for Halifax and Virginia’

Virus outbreak strikes school central office

School Board meeting pushed back to Oct. 26 as administration gets handle on number of employees infected with COVID-19


Patron saint of the performing arts retires from Prizery spotlight


Duffer to take game to Concord

Comet catcher commits to join Mountain Lions after graduation





Halifax > Halifax Government

Stimulus grants enable MBC to expand, add 25 local jobs

The Mid-Atlantic Broadband Cooperative (MBC) is expanding its open-access advanced fiber optic network as a result of three federal broadband stimulus grant awards.

Halifax Regional welcomes new physicians

South Boston News
Three new physicians, a physician assistant and a nurse practitioner were recognized during Halifax Regional Health System’s New Physician Reception earlier this month. The physicians and their families were greeted by HRHS staff and medical professionals as well as community leaders from Halifax, Mecklenburg and Charlotte counties. The physicians and their families are seen here following introductions by HRHS Chief Executive Officer Chris Lumsden.
Halifax Regional Health System honored three new physicians and their families during the recent New Physician Reception Oct. 18 at The Prizery. The physicians have all joined the HRHS medical staff in the past year and the event provided an opportunity for them to meet community leaders from Halifax, Mecklenburg and Charlotte counties. In addition, a new family nurse practitioner and a physician assistant were also recognized during the reception.

Residents briefed on Banister Shores waterline project

Eleven property owners participated in an informational meeting Thursday held by the Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) to discuss the Banister Shores Waterline Project. Gary McCollum of Draper-Aden reviewed the project prior to taking questions from the participants.

Clover Day drums up $15,000 for firemen

South Boston News
Saturday was the perfect day for a parade and a festival, and the Clover Volunteer Fire Department reaped the benefits as it cleared almost $15,000 during Clover Day, its annual fundraising event.

Classroom grants fill gaps

South Boston News
These local teachers submitted 37 winning proposals for funds totaling $9.900 for special classroom projects during the year. (David Conner II photo)
Teacher mini-grants ranging in size from $500 to $50 will provide a boost to 37 classroom projects in the Halifax County school system.

NAACP disavows staging of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

The South Boston/Halifax County Branch of the NAACP issued a statement this week indicating the organization does not support Halifax County Little Theatre’s staging of the play, “To Kill a Mockingbird.”

Authorities seeking assault suspect

South Boston News
Jason Thomas Sizemore
The Halifax County Sheriff’s Office is currently searching for Jason Thomas Sizemore, who has an active warrant on file for felonious assault with intent to maim, disfigure, disable or kill.

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