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‘Too Much Bling’ comes to Holiday Living Show

Is there such a thing as “Too Much Bling”? Judy Scott says no. 

CONCERT CALENDAR: Check out what's happening this weekend


• Spare Times Grill, South Boston … Ray & Audrie Nov. 1.

SVHEC project manager moves on

For the past two and a half years Travis Buchanan has been a guiding force behind the SVHEC’s successes in research and development. 

Liberty Volunteer Fire Department going door to door to raise funds

It is that time of year again when members of the Liberty Volunteer Fire Department will be going door to door to raise money. 

Town of Halifax businesses open doors to trick-or-treaters

The Halifax Village Association and the Town of Halifax will once again host “Halloween Trick-Or-Treat” in the town on Thursday, Oct. 31.  The action will begin at 5:30 p.m. and conclude at 7:30 p.m.  

South Boston Elementary teachers awarded $50 cards

A total of 20 teachers at South Boston Elementary School were awarded Tuesday with $50 reward cards to purchase classroom supplies to help students start the school year off right as part of their Teacher Rewards program, according to Sam’s Club Membership Manager Steve Chafatelli. 

Something new comes to Holiday Living Show

New this year to the Holiday Living Show will be “Picture It By Brenda.” 

On Halloween, dead rise again at SVHEC

Forget the ghosts and vampires and spend Halloween with the undead. 

Chamber praised for anti-uranium efforts

Executive Director of the Roanoke River Basin Association Andrew Lester and Secretary of We The People of Virginia Sarah Dunavant presented the Halifax County Chamber of Commerce with a certificate of appreciation Thursday afternoon during their monthly meeting. The presentation took place at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Innovation Center.

Little Theatre’s ‘The Man Who Saved Christmas’ opens Nov. 15

“Let’s go, people!  We’ve only 60 days till Christmas, so let’s get a move on!”  The opening lines of Ron Lytle’s ‘new old-fashioned’ holiday musical sound as if they are talking about those of us in the present time, but the time of this show is 1919, when America was involved in World War I.