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JROTC Drill Team scores another win

The HCHS JROTC Drill Team cadets recently travelled to Fort Lee to participate in the Annual Colonel Frank E. Underwood Invitational Drill Meet. 

New lofts on tour before SoBo parade

The public is invited to tour New Brick Historic Lofts prior to the Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 7, during an open house from 3 to 5 p.m. 

Donations sought for museum

Postcards have been sent out to remind patrons of the South Boston/Halifax County Museum’s annual membership/fundraising drive. 

CONCERT CALENDAR: Check out what's happening this weekend

THIS WEEK/WEEKEND

Spare Times Grill, South Boston … Dane Ferguson Nov. 22.

In search of bounty beneath the ground, these hobby hunters also dig up history

History buffs and treasure seekers with metal detectors in Halifax County now have an “informal” club to join. 

‘The Man Who Saved Christmas’ continues this week at The Prizery

Many people would characterize teenagers today as self-absorbed and caring little about patriotism, much less history. However, Halifax County Little Theatre’s fall show “The Man Who Saved Christmas” brings together some of Halifax County’s most talented and theatrically experienced teenagers to tell a classic story about the American dream and the spirit of Christmas. 

Regionalism key to economic growth, IDA told

Leigh Cockram, the new director of business development and strategic initiatives at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research in Danville, brought a message of partnership and regional cooperation to members of the Halifax County Industrial Development Authority Friday morning during their meeting at Riverstone.

Patsy Vaughan to retire after 30 years at Halifax County IDA

Patsy Vaughan will retire from the Halifax County Industrial Development Authority on Dec. 31 after 30 years of service.

High school senior honored for designing realtors logo

Halifax County High School Senior Samantha Tuck was recognized by the Southern Piedmont Land and Lakes Board of Realtors on Tuesday for winning their recent logo contest. 

Magic, mayhem in toyland

Try and imagine a Christmas with no toys under the tree. Now imagine that you own the toy company that makes all of those wonderful toys. The latest production from Halifax County Little Theatre is loosely based on a real episode during World War I.