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Fair rekindles memories of accident

Pair grateful to be alive when fair rolls into town


The leaves of fall signal a time of transition, a movement from one season to another.  Each one is a reminder of what is important in life.  If we take the time to appreciate each one as it falls, we will find deeper insights, discover the true beauty of life, and be regenerated for the future.

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.

Chance conversation leads to reunion of Korean War vets

A chance conversation between spouses led to a reunion recently between Korean Conflict and U.S. Air Force veterans Abner Lee Wilkerson and Roy Jacobs.

‘Twelfth Night’ coming to The Prizery stage Sunday

The acclaimed Aquila Theatre will stage one of Shakespeare’s funniest and most charming comedies, “Twelfth Night,” on Sunday at 7:30 p.m.

CONCERT CALENDAR: Fair in full swing


Spare Times Grill, South Boston … Mama’s Black Sheep Oct. 2.

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.  

To serve, protect and care

No your eyes are not playing tricks on you. The Halifax County Sheriff’s Office does have a cruiser with pink and lavender graphics, but it is all for a great cause.