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Halifax Council updated on water repairs, restaurant

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Halifax Council updated on water repairs, restaurant

Halifax Town Council returns Tuesday after September break

Halifax Council sets new date

Halifax Council takes off in September

Backing the forces in blue

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Mitzi Thompson with the Halifax County Militia speaks out at the Halifax Farmers Market that attracted more than 150 people. (David Conner II photos)
Hundred-plus turn out to defend gun rights, lambast police reform measures

CRUSH OF COMPLAINTS

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Only a few people were allowed inside council chambers at a time as a sizable crowd turned out to speak against — and some for — Halifax Town Council member Jack Dunavant. Left, Jack Dunavant. Right, Councilman Mike Trent. Above, A number of people at the meeting staged a brief sit-in before they were led outside by Police Chief Stuart Comer.
Halifax Town Council found itself quickly overwhelmed by a crush of citizens who turned out Tuesday night to condemn Council member Jack Dunavant.

Speakers debate future of Halifax’s Confederate statue

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Top, Arthur Reynolds at the microphone, with other speakers socially distanced behind him. Below, Board of Supervisors Chairman Hubert Pannell.
Halifax supervisors were on the receiving end of a spirited debate as citizens spoke out for and against removing the county's Confederate soldier statue.

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