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Darius Rucker coming to Greensboro Coliseum

Greensboro Coliseum Complex has announced that Darius Rucker, along with special guests Justin Moore and Jana Kramer, will take the stage at White Oak Amphitheatre on May 30.

Virginia National Bank reports 2012 results

Virginia National Bank of Charlottesville reported net income of $3.776 million for the fourth quarter of 2012, or $1.41 per share for the three months ended Dec. 31. This result is a 266 percent increase in net income as compared to the three months ended Dec. 31, 2011, when net income was $1.033 million, or $0.38 per share. The return on average assets for the quarter ended Dec. 31, was 3.10 percent, as compared to 0.90 percent in the same period in 2011. 

Touring company comes to Prizery stage Tuesday

Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia is the state theatre of Pennsylvania.  The theatre opened in 1809, and soon after Thomas Jefferson and Marquis de Lafayette attended the opening night of “The Rivals.”  

SunTrust to close its branch office in Centerville

SunTrust customers received news this week the Centerville branch at 4027 Halifax Road in South Boston will close its doors May 24.

New exhibition comes to Destination Gallery/Global Friends Center

Celebrating the Chinese New Year to honor the traditions of the numerous Chinese families that call South Boston their home and bring a new perspective on this ancient tradition to the community, the associates of the Global Friends Center and Destination Gallery are presenting the work of two Chinese print artists in addition to many beautiful examples of Chinese art and craft. 

Actor steps in to fill major role in ‘Elvis’

“The show must go on,” is one of the most well known statements in show business,  but for the latest Halifax County Little Theatre production it has been a difficult one to maintain. Fortunately, a seasoned veteran of the local stage was able to supply a level of talent and commitment that is rarely seen in community theatre. 

‘Around the World in 80 Days’ comes to SoBo

Walnut Street Theatre, America’s Oldest Theatre, celebrated 200 years of great entertainment in 2009. Most noteworthy American actors of the 19th century and many from the 20th century have appeared on stage at the Walnut. 

Four farmers’ daughters remember a different way of life

They have seen decades of change, lost loved ones, some have even acquired aching bones, but they all have fond memories of growing up on the family farm and how different life was back then.

Lenten luncheons to be held at First Presbyterian Church

The season of Lent began on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 13.  Local Christians joined together for fellowship around the table, followed by a devotion led by the Rev. Susan Grimm of Trinity Episcopal Church of South Boston.

Bottled water industry creates jobs in Halifax County

Halifax County companies that manufacture, distribute and sell bottled water products, and their suppliers, are an important part of the state’s economy, according to Robert Smith, CEO of Grand Springs in Alton.