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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…

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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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Dragons still the Kings, by a whisker

South Boston News
Park View football players gathered around the King of the County trophy after taking the contest from Bluestone, 27-26. (Sara Zorbas photo)
Park View gridders lay claim to county bragging rights with late comeback to thwart Barons

Park View jayvees prevail 7-0 over Bluestone counterparts

Scrimmage yields positives for Dragons

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Top, Park View junior Malcolm Lofton, an offensive back and defensive weak safety for the Dragons, carries the ball in action Friday against Prince Edward. Above, Hunter Sykes, quarterback for the Park View jayvee football team, runs with the ball at Friday’s scrimmage action in South Boston. (David Conner II photo)
Park View squares off against Prince Edward, Halifax County in round robin scrimmage

Season gears up with emphasis on safety, fun

Park View Dragons prepare for Aug. 28 opener with Bluestone

Park View program recognizes football standouts

Players lauded for regular season excellence, Conference 25 honors

Park View ends trying season with 48-18 victory at Windsor

The Park View Dragons closed out the gridiron season Friday on a positive note, defeating Tri-Rivers District rival Windsor High School 48-18 in the finale for both teams.

Dragons handed 46-8 Homecoming loss

South Boston News
Hughie Chavis scored the Dragons’ lone TD on the night. (Sara Zorbas photo)
Southampton’s big lead in first half too much for Park View to overcome

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