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Road work starts this week in Town of Halifax

Counties seek $78.5M for fiber broadband

Mecklenburg spearheads VATI grant request for high-speed internet service to most homes in region within three to four years

Renovation plans for South Hill police station stir debate


Comets spikers fall to Tunstall on the road





HCMS golf takes home win to improve to 2-0

Lions win track meet

The HCMS boys’ track team won its second meet in a row on March 24, downing Bluestone and Nottoway. The Lions collected 65 points to win the meet.

Lions improve to 4-0 with 11-3 win over PVMS

GOOD DEFENSE - HCMS' second baseman Tristan Howerton makes a catch in Monday action against Park View. The Lions won and improved to 4-0 on the season. (David Conner II photo)
The Halifax County Middle School baseball team improved to 4-0 with an 11-3 win over Park View Monday. Seth Elliott got the win with four solid innings of work on the mound, with Ryan Powell finishing up in the lopsided win.

Lady Lions rout PVMS

NO-HITTER - Miyana Ross comes home with a pitch during the HCMS softball win over Park View. The Lions got a no-hit effort from three pitchers. (David Conner II photo)
The HCMS softball team opened conference play with a 10-0 rout of Park View Monday. HCHS got a tremendous pitching effort, as Miyana Ross, Courtney Epps and Beth Thomas combined on a no-hitter. Brianna Pierce had a three-hit game to spark the offense.

Middle school baseball team sweeps season-opening tourney

The HCMS baseball team swept to its season-opening tournament title Saturday, defeating Northern, Vance and Tunstall at the Day Complex. The Lions (3-0) downed Tunstall in the title game.

Lion girls open season with wins over Powhatan, Diamond Fever

The HCMS softball team swept to a tournament championship Saturday, winning its own season-opening event with three wins. HCMS downed Powhatan, 12-6, Diamond Fever out of Danville, 15-4 and then Powhatan in the championship finale, 4-3.

Middle school boys and girls track teams win tri-meet competitions to open season

The HCMS track teams got out to a fine start on the season last week. The Halifax boys won a tri-meet, with 97.5 points, defeating Prince Edward (26.5) and Amelia (seven). The Lion girls also won, with 65 points. Amelia was second with 55, followed by Prince Edward with 14.

Hailey built career on old-school values

Mike Hailey always held old school values, on and off the basketball court. The Halifax County native, who will be wrapping up a 40-year career as an educator and coach in North Carolina and Virginia, is looking forward to retirement this spring. Hailey recently ended a very successful 10-year run as the boys' basketball coach at Halifax County Middle School and will conclude his public school career at the end of the academic year.

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Park View falls 40-34 in double OT thriller

Colonial Heights jumps out to early lead, Park View rallies before game decided on short run

Bluestone’s game with Greensville deemed no-contest

Record remains at 0-2 as district play begins

Bluestone spikers topple Amelia 3-0

Varsity girls improve to 3-0; jayvees sweep match

Comet spikers fall to Gretna

Jayvees claim second win of season

Cross country boys, girls fare well in district meet

Girls second, boys third as Piedmont District gets start

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