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Wade elected local GOP unit chair


Enthusiastic crowd turns out for YMCA Community Day in Chase City

Speakers debate future of Halifax’s Confederate statue

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.


Junior golfers bring home wins in season finale

Four division winners in Southside Piedmont Junior championships golf play hail from county courses





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Town of Halifax sets hours, schedule for Fourth of July

Halifax Town Hall will be closed on Monday, July 5 in observance of Independence Day. Please be aware that the Town of Halifax will be picking up recyclables on Friday, July 9 due to the modified Holiday schedule.

Halifax Farmers Market opens

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A BIG DAY IN HALIFAX — Customers, vendors and visitors were all pleased Saturday with the big turnout at the grand opening celebration of the Farmers Market in Halifax, located in front of the old Farmers Foods store on Main Street. Vendors offered homegrown tomatoes, cucumbers, squash and corn, as well as canned jams and jellies and freshly baked breads and pies. Music by the Bluegrass 5 and the Halifax Hillbillies also brought out a lot of fans, as did other activities offered during the event. The market will be open on Fridays and Saturdays during the summer months.

Halifax welcomes return of Farmers Market Saturday

The Halifax Farmers Market will host its second annual grand opening Saturday morning, June 26 beginning at 8 a.m. The market is located in the former Farmer’s Food parking lot in town.

Volunteers, businesses win praise in Halifax

South Boston News
THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO — Halifax Mayor Leon Plaster presented a plaque of appreciation on Tuesday evening to Banister River Garden Club President Betty Bane as Elizabeth Overton of the Master Gardeners, Dawn Widener and Jean Bainbridge of the Garden Club join the presentation. (SOMcL photos)
Halifax Town Council on Tuesday evening thanked the Banister River Garden Club for its great work in helping to beautify the Town. “You’ve done so much for us,” said Mayor Leon Plaster. “I don’t know what we’d do without you,” he said as he presented a plaque of appreciation to Garden Club President Betty Bane.

Halifax Council to meet Tuesday

Halifax Town Council will recognize members of the Banister River Garden Club tomorrow evening beginning at 7 p.m. in Town Hall for their donation to the Downtown Landscaping project.

Memorial Day Service held in Halifax

South Boston News
A Memorial Day service was held Monday at the War Memorial in Halifax. The program, sponsored by the John M. Jordan Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans, featured South Boston town manager Ted Daniel as guest speaker. (Sylvia McLaughlin photo)

Halifax Farmer’s Market gearing up for new season

South Boston News
From left, Halifax County Farmer's Market Association vice-president Chandler Hughes, president Ray Satterfield, events coordinator Erin Shaughnessy and Denise Barksdale with the Town of Halifax.
Halifax is gearing up to open its Farmer’s Market located in the former Farmers Foods parking lot on Main Street. Market days will be Friday from 9 a.m. until and Saturday from 7:30 a.m.-until.

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