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HCSA adopts insurance plan, honors longtime employee

Halifax County school job fair draws healthy turnout

Halifax County jobless rate rises to 5.2 percent in January


Comets open with 8-1 win over Appomattox





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Council holds work session

Council approves grant requests

South Boston Town Council on Monday evening approved resolutions supporting grant applications to USDA Rural Development for the funding of two specific projects.

Perriello hears from constituents on South Boston tour

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JOBS, JOBS — Fifth District Congressman Tom Perriello listened to Floyd Scearce talk about the lack of job opportunities as the Congressman strolled the streets of South Boston Thursday. (SOMcL photo)
Fifth District Congressman Tom Perriello toured downtown South Boston on Thursday to take the pulse of local residents and small business owners on the issue likely to dominate the upcoming Congressional campaign — the economy.

Councilmen sworn in tonight

Three newly re-elected incumbents will take their oaths of office tonight when South Boston Town Council holds its regular monthly meeting beginning at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers on Yancey Street.

Council enacts 2010-11 budget

South Boston Town Council on Monday afternoon approved a $9,815,903 town budget for the upcoming fiscal year and appropriated funds to support the package. The budget calls for no tax increases and it also includes no salary increases for Town employees.


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Top, participating in Sunday’s dedication of the Outdoor Crossing of the Dan site are South Boston Town Manager Ted Daniel, Barbara Bass, president of the Halifax County Historical Society, Larry Aaron, author of “The Race to the Dan,” South Boston Mayor Carroll Thackston and guest speaker, Charles Cranfield. Above, heading up Sunday’s rededication of the DAR Wayside Memorial were Millie Casey, Flora Osborne, Betty Willis, Vivian Evans, Jane Willis, Barbara Johnston, Jane Edmunds and Anne Raab. Not pictured, Lottie Sue Nunn, chapter chaplain.
A special twin dedication of historical exhibits was celebrated Sunday in South Boston, augmenting the historic appeal of the region.

South Boston Council polishes off budget today

South Boston Town Council will hold its final meeting of the year Monday to appropriate funds for the $9,815,903 budget that takes effect July 1. The final reading of the FY 2011 budget highlights the agenda for tonight’s Council meeting, which begins at 5:45 p.m. at Council Chambers on Yancey Street.

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