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Halifax Regional Health System awards scholarships

Halifax Regional Health System has announced that 52 individuals have been awarded scholarships through Project PRIME (Public Rally for Individual Medical Education), the organization’s scholarship endowment fund. Recipients were all smiles as each individual was recognized and congratulated during the Project PRIME awards dinner in July.

Business expo to be held Sept. 26

Participants can register by Sept. 17 and pay $40 to attend the second annual Southern Virginia Business Expo hosted by Longwood University Small Business Development Center. This price includes continental breakfast, catered lunch, a full day of networking, motivational speakers and numerous exhibitors.

Red Clay Ramblers coming to Prizery on Sept. 6

Get ready to put on your dancing shoes and head out to The Prizery to experience The Red Clay Ramblers live in concert Sept. 6 at 7:30 p.m.

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THIS WEEK/WEEKEND

Spare Times Grill, South Boston … The Mulligans Aug. 29; DJ Billy Kille Aug. 31.

Veterinary clinic opens under new ownership

Since their childhood, Angela and Jonathan Collins have always had a love for animals, and now they are finally able to share that love with the community.

Halifax student travels to Argentina where cows live large

Cows grazing in a pasture in Halifax County will never look the same to rising Chatham Hall junior Walker Abbott of Halifax.

12-year-old Clover girl fights human trafficking

Most 12-year-olds have never given a second thought to slavery as it still exists in the world today.

No regrets for Redilian Auctions owner

No regrets. That’s what Lavonne Maiorano of Alton is saying after starting her new business Redilian Auctions LLC in Boydton.

Couple adopts one dog, ends up with 14

David Martin and Tracy Quackenbush Martin call themselves animal lovers, but the Crystal Hill couple went beyond the call of duty recently becoming “grandparents” to 13 puppies, courtesy of a “dumpster dog” they named Penny. 

Couple adopts one dog, ends up with 14

David Martin and Tracy Quackenbush Martin call themselves animal lovers, but the Crystal Hill couple went beyond the call of duty recently becoming “grandparents” to 13 puppies, courtesy of a “dumpster dog” they named Penny.