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Halifax Marketplace cranks up with clean-up, shredding, art

Ashworth guilty of second degree murder

19-year-old convicted by jury for July 2019 slaying in Clarksville

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Officials ponder strategies

The 50,000-acre stored water supply of Buggs Island (Kerr) Lake is moving to the forefront of a debate over how Virginia and North Carolina should allocate water resources. On Monday evening John Feild, chairman of the Roanoke River Basin Bi-State Commission, alerted Halifax County supervisors and town councils of South Boston and Halifax of ownership issues looming over the water.

SCSB cuts ties with Healthy Families

The Southside Community Services Board yesterday voted to terminate its relationship with Healthy Families Southside, leaving the counseling and support organization for young mothers without a parent agency or much hope for continuing its services in the future.

Mecklenburg County schools eye loss of 51 positions

Only one speaker came to the podium at Monday’s Mecklenburg County School Board budget hearing to comment on the proposed $43.5 million spending plan for 2010-11.

Park View pat-down draws angry response

Three angry mothers complained to the Mecklenburg County School Board on Monday about the way a search for a missing cell phone was conducted at Park View High School.

Baskerville man dies in crash

When two cars, both traveling down the middle of a two-lane road, collided at the crest of hill Sunday evening, one driver died and the other suffered serious injuries.

Larcenies, break-ins tie up deputies

The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Department has received reports of several recent larcenies across the county. On Monday, April 19 Marilyn Johnson of Old Blacksmith Road, Bracey reported a break-in at her home where jewelry was taken. The incident is under investigation.

Boydton keeps tax rates steady

Boydton Town Council last week adopted an unchanged real estate tax rate of 33 cents per $100 assessed valuation.

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