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12/19/13 - 8:01 am
The search for 61 year old James Oliver Brown will resume Saturday, according to Halifax County Sheriff Fred Clark.
12/19/13 - 8:00 am
“Plaid Tidings” is a bit of Christmas nostalgia featuring music from the golden age of the Holiday Special. Many of you will remember the wonderful times watching the Perry Como…
12/19/13 - 7:59 am
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The Halifax County High School boys’ basketball team improved to 4-2 on the season with a 63-42 win over Tunstall Tuesday.
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Main Street Methodist food pantry springs Christmas surprise on needy beneficiaries
“Plaid Tidings” is a bit of Christmas nostalgia featuring music from the golden age of the Holiday Special. Many of you will remember the wonderful times watching the Perry Como holiday special and of course the amazing fun times with the Ed Sullivan show, particularly at Christmas There are also musical gems from the 50’s and 60’s that will delight one and all. Its a show filled with comedy and music, a great combination. The show has something for all ages and is definitely family friendly.
South Boston Town Council on Monday evening named Councilman Coleman Speece to serve as the Town’s Vice Mayor, a position that Ed Owens held prior to moving up to the Mayor’s post following the death of Mayor Carroll Thackston.
The spirit of the season settled over downtown as the South Boston Christmas Parade drew a large and appreciative crowd Saturday night.
Abandoned warehouse gains new life with New Brick Lofts
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