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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)

Perriello announces award

Fifth District Rep. Tom Perriello announced Friday that $1,072,146 will be awarded to the Halifax County Service Authority for engineering and construction of a waterline extension. This new waterline, which will be extended north of the town of Halifax, will replace wells that have been contaminated by a leaking underground storage tank.

‘Earth Day Extravaganza’ planned

The Town of Halifax, the Halifax County Improvement Council, the Convergence Art Guild and the Southside Virginia Master Gardeners Association will host the first-ever annual “Halifax Earth Day Extravaganza” at the Halifax Farmers Market in historic Halifax on Saturday, April 24 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Dixie Youth supporters pack Halifax Council

South Boston News
More than 50 supporters of the Halifax Dixie Youth league were on hand Tuesday for the Halifax Council meeting to voice their support of the league remaining at the Halifax Elementary School facility.
More than 50 parents, coaches, supporters and young players packed Halifax Town Hall on Tuesday night, seeking to convince members of Halifax Town Council to relent on their stance that Dixie Youth ball players could not use the ballfield at Halifax Elementary School after the completion of the 2010 Dixie Youth season.

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