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South Boston man gets jail time on drug charges

Vernon Hill man dies in motorcycle crash

A Vernon Hill man was killed Friday afternoon when the motorcycle he was operating slid off the gravel shoulder of State Route 360 and crashed.

Smoker tax runs into flak as South Boston puts off action

South Boston Town Council on Monday night put off action on a proposed 25 cent-per-pack cigarette tax after a number of speakers at a public hearing criticized the levy as…

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To Kill A Mockingbird prepares for opener

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THEY HEAR EVERYTHING - Halifax County Little Theatre's production of the classic story "To Kill a Mockingbird" is in the final preparations for opening night, Nov. 18. The children of Atticus Finch listen and watch everything as the many characters in the play interact and clash over the trial of an innocent man. Walter Cunningham (Andy Rice) and Mrs. Dubose (Karyn Johnson) are two of the Maycomb County folks whose interesting storylines complicate, yet somehow clarify, the children's understanding of what is happening. "I first read the novel twenty-five years ago in high school," Rice said. "I watched the movie a few years later and that reignited my interest in the story. I then re-read the novel and have loved it since. I think it has an important message that all the characters have a part in communicating." The show runs for seven performances, including two Sunday matinees, and tickets can be purchased online at HCLT.org or at The Prizery box office. HCLT season brochures and season tickets are also now available.

Last-ditch effort made to save Lawson House

An effort is under way to spare the turreted, brick-and-stone Lawson House on North Main Street from the wrecking ball.

Wanted: South Boston Council replacement

South Boston Town Council now has a timeline for replacing Sandra Thompson, who is moving to North Carolina, but the appointment comes with two elections in quick succession for anyone wanting to hang onto the seat.

Grab your hoe: Community garden plans are on track

Yard too shady for a garden? Is your yard nonexistent? Never got the hang of suckering tomatoes?

Halifax contracts for street painting

The Town of Halifax is contracting to have the on-street parking lines and yellow no parking curbs painted along U.S. Highway 501 (Main Street) on Monday, Nov. 15 starting at 4 p.m. beginning from the railroad tracks and moving north. The crew plans to delay the sections along the Main Street commercial area until after 5 p.m. later that afternoon as a convenience to businesses and patrons.

Bistro featured in magazine

Bistro 1888 in Downtown South Boston merited a mention in Cooperative Living’s November edition cover story about dining out on Thanksgiving.

‘Mockingbird’ popular – but not without opposition elsewhere

At this very moment, “To Kill a Mockingbird” is in wide production around the nation, according to the Dramatic Publishing Company, which owns the rights to the stage versions of the book by the same name, adapted by Christopher Sergel – but it is running into spotty opposition elsewhere.

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