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Broken line floods portion of Halifax

A portion of the Town of Halifax was flooded Tuesday night after a water line ruptured on Mountain Road, apparently as a result of road maintenance work taking place near…

Along Banister, concern about water levels

Several property owners who live along the shoreline of the Banister River have expressed concerns about the falling water level, echoing complaints some three years ago when the lake was…

Flyover nets $63,000 in pot plants


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Comets need to show improvement

Halifax County High School did some positive things in its season-opening win over Patrick County Friday night, but the level of competition should be significantly higher Friday when E.C. Glass…

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Three sit at top of Industrial League

SoVaNow.com / November 06, 2013
Three teams are deadlocked at the top of the Business and Industrial league. SoBo Tees, ABB and Dollar General/Unarco have 3-0 marks.

SoBo Tees routed Dollar General, 72-46. The winners had four players in double figures, with Robert Ross leading the way with 20 points and Shai Jones adding 16.

ABB slipped past Halifax Regional, 51-46.

Player of the week Jermaine Richardson had a team-high 18 points, while Michael Jackson had 13 and Dre Tucker 12.

DG/Unarco defeated Benchmark, 47-35.

DG/Unarco had a solid lead at the half and sailed to the win behind 15 points from Joey Barksdale.

United Steps/Felton defeated Presto/Halifax 46-29.

Niven Baskerville, the co-player of the week, led the winners with a strong second half. He finished with ten points. Cordaro Jones led the winners with 13.

AWNC 55, Goodyear 41

Dominique Griffin led the winners with 14 points.

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