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South Hill veterans benefits office slated to close

Rent cited as site’s downfall


After years of preparation and with help of seven area rescue squads, VCU-CMH completes ‘flawless’ transfer of patients to new facility Saturday

Hospital improves grade on safety evaluation


Comets focus on Xs and Os





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VDOT sweeps streets of Halifax this week

A FITTING (for sitting) DONATION

South Boston News
HERE'S THE CHECK — Betty Bane, President of the Halifax Woman's Club, along with Club Treasurer Dawn Widener, presented a check Tuesday evening to Halifax Mayor Leon Plaster to pay for the ten benches which have been placed on the sidewalk of Main Street. They are joined by Mayor -Elect Dick Moore (right).
Members of Halifax Town Council thanked the Halifax Woman’s Club for the contribution of the ten benches placed along the sidewalks of Main Street during Tuesday night’s meeting. Mayor Leon Plaster said several civic clubs, including the Halifax Woman’s Club, had “done yeoman’s work” in helping to beautify the Town.

No comment on Halifax budget draws n

No one came forth at a public hearing held by Halifax Town Council Tuesday evening on the first reading of the Town’s $880,294 FY 2010-2011 budget. The budget, which is based on a 17.5 cent per $100 real estate tax rate, shows a 4.49 percent increase over the budget of the current year, with most of the increase coming from the $60,000 VDOT Enhancement Grant for the Banister River Gateway Project.

Former Halifax mayor, dentist dies

Halifax to hold budget hearing

Halifax Town Council will host a public hearing Tuesday beginning at 7:30 p.m. on the Town’s advertised proposed FY 2010-11 budget which totals $880,294. The hearing will take place at Town Hall during the regular monthly meeting of Council.

Halifax committees to convene

Working committees of the Town of Halifax will meet Wednesday morning in Town Hall to discuss several upcoming issues.

Earth Day in Halifax

South Boston News
EARTH DAY CELEBRATED IN HALIFAX — Terry McHose of the Convergence Guild was busy creating a sculpture from recycled materials at Saturday's Earth Day Celebration in Halifax. The event featured activities that brought out a good crowd. (SOMcL photo)

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