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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.

MRSA case reported at HCHS

Halifax County has a second case of MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) school officials reported today (Monday). Deputy School Superintendent Larry Clark said a male high school student has been diagnosed with the disease. Parents of high school students were notified on Monday of the report of the second case to be diagnosed within the past several days.

Halifax to conduct annual spring clean-up

The Town of Halifax Solid Waste Department will conduct its annual free spring clean-up for town residents and businesses by appointment only on Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2. This service will be subject to the following conditions: Residents and businesses are required to call the Halifax Town Hall (434-476-2343) for notification to remove discarded household/business items and yard debris too large for regular trash pick-up and must give their name, telephone number and physical address (notification for sign-up must be made prior to noon on Wednesday, April 29).

Halifax revitalization project continues

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A Lambert’s Cable Splicing crew begins demolition and conduit installation at the corner of Cemetery Street and South Main Street. Work will continue this week before relocating overhead facilities along Cemetery Street and Houston Street.
The next phase of the Halifax Downtown Revitalization Project continues over the upcoming two weeks with Embarq removing overhead wires along Main Street from the Halifax County War Memorial to Cemetery Street and rerouting lines through existing underground conduit. Embarq’s contractor, Lambert’s Cable Splicing, began demolition and conduit installation at the corner of Cemetery Street and South Main Street with work continuing the week of April 6, before relocating overhead facilities along Cemetery Street and Houston Street.

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