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Halifax native signs deal

After years of hard word and dedication, Halifax County native Travanti Jackson has made a name for himself in the music industry having had the opportunity to work with some of the biggest artists, producers and songwriters in the industry.

Meadville Center Founder's Day service held

The Banister, Staunton River and Sunnyside Missionary Baptist Center Board of Directors held its Founder’s Day service Saturday afternoon at the Meadville Center. 

Founder's Day service held at Meadville Center

The Banister, Staunton River and Sunnyside Missionary Baptist Center Board of Directors held its Founder’s Day service Saturday afternoon at the Meadville Center. 

Pathways Youth Services named Small Business of Year

The Longwood University Small Business Development Centers’ “Small Business of the Year Award” for the South Boston service region was presented to Doris Chism of Pathways Youth Services.  

Historian to speak on Jefferson Classicism and how it influenced county courthouse

Did one of Thomas Jefferson’s workmen, Dabney Cosby Sr., incorporate Jefferson’s architectural ideals when he built the Halifax County Courthouse? 

Little Theatre recreates story of Tom Sawyer

It’s time to whitewash the fence — nightly.  

CONCERT CALENDAR: Check out what's happening

THIS WEEK/WEEKEND

• Spare Times Grill, South Boston … DJ Slim Oct. 5.

Siblings compete in National Rifle Association Civilian Marksman Program

 

Most parents’ cringe at the thought of their children holding a firearm. Robert and Elizabeth Hudson embrace it.

Halifax County IDA unveils new logo

A new clean, modern, bold, technological, super-sophisticated logo now brands the Halifax County Industrial Development Authority.

Alison Streeter’s life story in the arts

Alison Streeter has just celebrated her 10-year anniversary of living in South Boston.  She came to town to work for Carlbrook School and immediately got to work in the art and music scene in the area.  Alison is currently the president of the Community Arts Center Foundation that runs The Prizery and sings with the local band 6th N Main.