Dog fighting ring raided in Nathalie

Authorities seized 41 dogs Wednesday at a ramshackle mobile home in the Nathalie area and arrested four suspects in breaking up what authorities call a major dogfighting and narcotics trafficking operation in Halifax County.

Kathy’s Column for April 21, 2011

APRIL IS SUCH A LOVELY MONTH FOR SO MANY REASONS … one of them being the month many dear ones in my life celebrate their birthdays. Therefore in honor of their special days I would like to share some familiar quotations pertaining to age and what it does and should mean in our individual lives. I must admit that I […]

HCHS inducts new NHS members

Bluestone offense comes up big in 8-1 victory Tuesday

Bluestone defeated Park View, 8-1, in the latest showdown between the county rivals in varsity softball action last Tuesday.

Barons hammer Eagles


The Bluestone varsity baseball team sailed by Prince Edward Friday, 10-0.

Talking about the life of Robert E. Lee

Madeline’s House raises awareness of child abuse

Research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has proven that a large percentage of American adults who suffer from challenging health, emotional and social issues today, had negative experiences in childhood that impact their ability to work, create positive relationships and thrive in other areas of life.

Author to speak to South Hill Relay

Author John Rozema will be speaking about his book “The Stories I Never Told You” at Relay for Life on April 30 at South Hill Elementary School. The Relay program and survivors lap will begin at noon.

Affair on Square concert lineup set

The Market Square Committee of the South Hill Revitalization Committee has announced its 2011 lineup of Affair on the Square concerts.

Towns may outscource trash service

Joint effort by Clarksville, South Hill, Chase City could raise recycling and user fees