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South Boston United Martial Arts turns 20

South Boston United Martial Arts has been training children and adults in self-defense for the past 20 years with Master Wayne Adams as instructor. 

IDA hires director of marketing

The Halifax Industrial Development Authority has selected Kristy Johnson as its manager of marketing and business development. 

Young professionals team up with Danville counterparts

Halifax Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs will soon be branching out to meet and network with their counterparts in neighboring Danville.

Commonwealth Assisted Living completes acquisition of Somerset

Affiliates of Commonwealth Assisted Living, LLC of Charlottesville has acquired Somerset Assisted Living, a 36-unit, 55 bed community in South Boston, as well as an adjacent two acre parcel of land on Sept. 26.  

Tobacco commission OKs workforce training grants

The Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission (TIC) on Thursday awarded the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (SVHEC) two grants to strengthen southern Virginia’s workforce.

‘Keep It Classy’ opens in South Boston

For those ladies looking for classy clothes, shoes, bags and accessories, South Boston’s newest business is the place to shop.

49 workers keep Clover Yarns moving forward

For the past 29 years, Keith Garrett has known no other work than Clover Yarns. It has become a way of life…it is his life.

Aviation Alternatives hits ground running

Aviation Alternatives is a groundbreaking company starting up in South Boston.  

Hospital heart center, nuclear lab accredited

The Nuclear Medicine Department of Halifax Regional Hospital and Halifax Heart Center have both received accreditation by the Intersocietal Commission for Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories (ICANL.) 

Town buys Riverdale gas station property

The Town of South Boston announced Friday it had purchased the old gas station property in the Riverdale floodway that fronts Huell Matthews Highway.

POWERED UP: Plant hooks to grid

South Boston Energy generated its first electricity and successfully connected to the PJM regional electric transmission grid at 11:11 a.m. Wednesday during testing.