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Business born out of love for collecting, shopping

After working several years in the antique business, Cathy McCargo decided to put her love for collecting and the hunt for shopping into her new endeavor, Hearth and Home, the Finishing Touch.

Halifax County to experience ‘Renaissance’

A “U. S. Renaissance in Advanced Manufacturing” is happening in Halifax County next month.

Dinner Theatre coming Sept. 13-15

Halifax County Little Theatre and Caffe Peroni’s Italian Dinner Theatre will run for three days on Sept. 13, 14, and 15, and only 40 seats are available each night. 

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North Halifax VFD Annual Marathon … Sept. 8, 10:45 a.m.-8 p.m. Music throughout the day including Bluegrass Five 11 a.m., Ashley Powell 12 p.m., The Good Time Band 12:15 p.m., Jonathan Anderson 1:15 p.m., Kyle Martin & The Halifax Hillbillies 1:30 p.m., Dana Hunt 2:30 p.m. Heather Davis 2:45 p.m. The Gospel Gals 3 p.m., Angela Arrington 4 p.m., Combined Choirs from Second Buffalo Baptist Church 4:30 p.m., Cecil Hazelwood 5 p.m., Matt Boswell and the Hillbilly Blues Band 6 p.m.

Spanish goats right at home in Vernon Hill

With the growing popularity of meat goats in Halifax County, one producer in the Vernon Hill area is adding a new breed to her farm, a breed known for its hardiness, ease of kidding and natural resistance to parasites.

Walk for Hope features first ever Race for a Cure 5K

Get ready to put on those walking/running shoes and head down to the fairgrounds to raise money for those battling cancer in the area.

Halifax Saturday Night Jam Series continues

The sunny summer days are beginning to shorten, and students are back in school. But that doesn’t mean the good times have to end just yet. 

Halifax County Chamber of Commerce goes mobile

Approximately 600,000 tourists who make their way to Halifax County each year now have a new tool to show them around town. 

DAR, historical society host art lecture at The Prizery with Lee Sandstead

Berryman Green Chapter NSDAR in conjunction with The Halifax County Historical Society will meet on Sept. 13 at 2 p.m. at The Prizery with Lee Sandstead presenting a lecture on “Realizing the Revolution — Art from and about the American Revolution.”  The lecture is open to the public.

Nearing 100, South Boston woman still full of energy

A hundred years of memories, some good, some bad, but “life has been amazing.”