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Still hoping for a break in the case

12 years after disappearance of Hattie Gertrude Brown, police issue appeal for info to bring closure to her family

Classes that will keep you up at nights

Survey of Horror course offered through higher education center

22-year-old Chase City man slain in South Boston

A 22-year-old Chase City man was slain early Thursday morning while sitting in a four-door Ford on Gygax Avenue in South Boston.

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Comets avenge season’s only loss

Baseball team beats Tunstall 1-0 on road

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Man struck by vehicle at Alton home; suspect charged with murder

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A Clover woman has been arrested in a weekend homicide in Halifax County and jailed without bond.

HCHS locked down for drug search

Law enforcement officials conducted a lockdown today at Halifax County High School from 11:49 a.m. to 12:18 p.m. as a result of a tip received by the Southside Drug Task Force from a confidential informant, said Deputy Superintendent of Schools Larry Clark.

New county administrator named

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Halifax County Board of Supervisors chairman William Fitzgerald welcomes George Nester as the county's new administrator. Nester was named to the post during Monday night's meeting. Nester cojmes to Halifax County from Bedford County where he was the community development director. Nester will begin his duties as the new county administrator on May 18.
Halifax County will have a new county administrator beginning May 18. On Monday night Supervisors announced they have hired George W. Nester to fill the post following the resignation in December of County Administrator Bryan Foster. Nester’s salary was set at $125,000 per year plus the same benefit package that other county employees receive.

Wilson Memorial Ruritans get old school property

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The Wilson Memorial Ruritan Club was given the former Wilson Memorial Elementary School property Monday night by the Halifax County Board of Supervisors. The club plans to transform the former school into a community center. Included in the donation was all but two acres of the school property, which will be used by the county for the creation of another convenience center. Jean Goodman, president of the Wilson Memorial Ruritan Club and Board of Supervisors chairman William Fitzgerald are joined by members of the club at Monday night's meeting.
The Wilson Memorial Ruritan Club was the big winner on Monday night as County Supervisors moved to donate the former Wilson Memorial School, along with some 15.5 acres of land to the Club. Their approval of the donation followed Club President Jean Goodman’s comments in which she said the Club “hopes to do a lot for our young people,” as well as including activities for the entire community.

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