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Halifax supervisors tee up school borrowing of $135 million, employee pay raises

Halifax County is poised to borrow $105 million to build a new high school with an additional $25 million set aside for elementary school upgrades — the recommendation of the…

Tuck Airport gets $790,000 from infrastructure bill

$1.2 trillion package delivers $400 million for Virginia’s airports; South Boston, Mecklenburg-Brunswick airports win funding.

In memory of Jordan


Grapplers fall in tri meet

Lack of numbers, forfeits hurt Comet wrestlers in opening match





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Tobacco Phase I payment rates set

The Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission will begin the 2010 distribution of Phase I Indemnification payments in June. Verification for payment forms and Applications for Payment have been mailed to eligible Virginia flue-cured and burley producers and quota owners. Completed and signed Verification for Payment forms and Applications for Payments must be returned by the May 19, deadline in order to be eligible for the June payment.

Virgilina Summerfest May 29

The 28th Annual Summerfest, sponsored by the Virgilina Volunteer Fire Department, is coming soon. The event is scheduled for May 29 beginning at 11 a.m. with the parade followed by lunch, crafts, and entertainment throughout the day.

Car wash raises funds for Crime Line

The Halifax County Crime Line Committee and local emergency services personnel will be hosting a car wash fundraiser Saturday, May 15 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at O’Reilly Auto Parts on Halifax Road in Centerville. All funds raised will go toward rewards and operating expenses for the Halifax County Crime Line.

National Day of Prayer

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The National Guard Armory will filled to capacity at The National Day of Prayer. Singer song writer Jimmy Fortune was guest speaker for the annual event. (Danny Lamberth)

Bygone days return to Noland Village

South Boston News
NOLAND COUNTRY FAIR DAY IS SATURDAY — Antique tractors, music and food, beautiful horses and lots of activities await visitors to Noland Village Country Fair Day, slated this Saturday in the lovingly preserved village in the Providence community. Below, the Blanks family would like to welcome everyone to the festival, held at the intersection of Cole's Ferry, Morton's Ferry and Lake Conner Roads. Pictured are Keister Blanks, Butch Blanks, Nannie Blanks, Aubrey Blanks, Carolyn Blanks Slayton and Dorothy Blanks Allen. (Danny Lamberth photo)
It’s here again ... Noland Village Country Fair Day, celebrated each spring in the Providence community. This year’s event is set for this Saturday, May 8 and takes place at the intersection of Cole’s Ferry, Morton’s Ferry and Lake Conner Roads.

Light voting in town elections

Tuesday’s municipal elections drew little interest from voters as both the towns of South Boston and Halifax fielded uncompetitive slates of incumbent candidates seeking Council and mayoral seats.

Halifax County supervisors tackle long list of topics

The Halifax County Board of Supervisors took little action but covered a wide range of topics at its Monday night meeting, with members receiving an update on plans for the 100th anniversary of the Halifax County Fair, discussing the allocation of stored water resources at Kerr Reservoir and reviewing a proposed increase in fees at the regional landfill authority.

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