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Water complaints lessen, but measures continue

Architectural history of Halifax Courthouse published

Hudson issues statement on candidacy


Lady Comets easily handle Staunton River

The Halifax County High School varsity softball team had an easy time Wednesday, shredding Staunton River, 16-1, in non-district action.





Halifax South Boston

Tax hikes come before South Boston council, public

Meals or property: South Boston eyes tax

Public hearing set on meals tax hike, with property taxes up for discussion

Museum turns tables on challenge of fund raising

South Boston Council takes up meals tax, budget

2 cent hike proposed to close budget gap, fund street work

South Boston to consider 2¢ rise in meals tax

Budget committee sends recommendation to Council

A bench in remembrance of Sharon Nelson

South Boston News

A bench was dedicated Tuesday in memory of Sharon Nelson, the Town of South Boston employee who was killed in a workplace accident on Oct. 31,at the Town Finance Office. The bench was placed in front of the Municipal Building in South Boston, where Nelson often could be spotted reading a book. “This bench is a display of the respect and esteem we all felt for Sharon,” said Town Manager Tim Wilson. “She will always hold a special place in our hearts.” Nelson died from her injuries after she was pinned under a heavy metal safe door that came off its hinges. Shown at the bench dedication are family members: husband Ira Nelson, her parents, Carol and Myrna Kizer, her sister, Patricia Coleman and (in back) Nelson’s brother and sister-in-law, Dale and Shelly Bellairs. (Barbara Elliott photo)

South Boston budget still needs work

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