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SVHEC welding lab aims to offer an education that pays

Potential for job market gains hailed at ribbon-cutting program

Halifax balks at grant request for boat landing

Fearing potential liability for the town, members of Halifax Town Council Tuesday night shelved a proposal to seek grant funding for improvements to the Banister Lake public boat landing.

No sign mold is back at HCHS, trustees told

Halifax County High School has seen no evidence of any mold problems this fall after suffering with severe mold problems last fall, maintenance director Jay Jennings advised school trustees during…


Comets pick up first win

The Halifax County High School varsity football team handed Kenneth Day his first win as head football coach, powering past Person County Friday night, 42-29.





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HRH receives $50,000 Komen grant

South Boston News
Halifax Regional Health System has received grant funds from the Central Virginia Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The $50,000 grant will be used to provide free mammogram screenings to uninsured or underinsured women ages 40 to 64 who reside in Halifax or Mecklenburg Counties. Dr. Suresh Jayatilaka, rightt, accepts the first installation of the funds from Mike Malone, WWBT NBC 12, one of the Central Virginia Affiliate media sponsors.
Halifax Regional Health System has received a $50,000 grant from the Central Virginia Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a breast cancer organization funding unmet breast cancer needs throughout Central Virginia.

Teen defendant found guilty of second degree murder

South Boston News
Bradley June Brewer
Bradley June Brewer, 14, of Clarksville on Friday in Mecklenburg County Circuit Court was found guilty of second-degree murder in the Dec. 17 shooting death of a 16-year old–friend, Harold Vernon Cooper Jr.

Late delivery for The Mecklenburg Sun

Due to mechanical problems at the press operation that prints The Mecklenburg Sun, delivery of the newspaper to subscribers was delayed on the morning of Wednesday, March 30.


South Boston News
Hilda Lewis Williams talks with James Kinnear, who purchased Cedar Grove from the Lewis family in 1992. In the background is the Rev. Susan Grimm, rector of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, who gave the invocation.
More than 40 distinguished friends from near and far on Saturday joined retired Texaco CEO James Kinnear in celebrating the listing of Cedar Grove Plantation in Clarksville on the National Register of Historic Places.

Legal action pondered in wake of false report

A Chase City man who was the subject of a false newspaper report last week stating he had been indicted on criminal charges has retained a Richmond law firm in preparation for a possible lawsuit.

Popular musician dies unexpectedly

Roy Earl Wine III, a 24-year old Clarksville musician, died unexpectedly on Sunday at the home of South Hill friend.

Two life terms for Darden for sex assault

Mecklenburg County Circuit Court Judge Leslie M. Osborn on Monday sentenced Kyle Darden, 34, to serve two consecutive life sentences for a total of 10 sexual assaults.

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