- Last Updated on 10:35 AM 10/20/09
Farmers who may be considering adding excitement to their farm, tourists to their fields and hopefully more money to their bottom line by incorporating agritourism into their farming operation should attend Agritourism: It’s More Than a Farm Tour . . . Act III to discover new ideas to enhance a farming facility.
- Last Updated on 08:34 AM 10/20/09
Virginia Commission on Energy and Environment Renewable Energy Subcommittee will meet Thursday, Oct. 22, at 10 a.m. the Pittsylvania County Library located at 207 Coffey St. in Gretna.
- Last Updated on 10:49 AM 12/02/09
An 18-year-old Halifax man has been charged with felony malicious wounding, according to sheriff’s office records.
- Last Updated on 10:59 AM 12/02/09
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Halifax County Public Schools could be facing a reduction of $150,000 or more in state revenue, school board members were told during their regular monthly meeting Thursday night in Halifax.
- Last Updated on 10:55 AM 01/06/10
The Virginia Association of Housing Counselors (VAHC) recently honored Garnett Luck, Housing Intervention counselor with the Tri – County Community Action Agency, at the VAHC annual awards recognition ceremony held earlier this year.
- Last Updated on 11:48 AM 10/28/09
Details were sketchy Sunday afternoon, but authorities said a South Boston man was airlifted to Lynchburg General Hospital Saturday following a two-vehicle wreck that occurred at the intersection of Westside Drive and Sinai Road.
- Last Updated on 10:46 AM 01/06/10
No doubt Lillie Puryear Wiley is everyone’s secret prayer. The independent Wiley takes walks with a friend most mornings at Boston Commons, strictly follows her one-aspirin a day medicine regime …and celebrated her 103rd birthday last week.
- Last Updated on 10:50 AM 12/02/09
A 34-year-old South Boston woman, Pamela Faulkner Brown, pleaded guilty Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to four felony counts of child endangerment, in addition to eight drug-related offenses.
- Last Updated on 10:44 AM 01/06/10
The arts, public grounds/parks and historic preservation are “the three basic reasons, the initiators” of Charleston, S.C.’s phenomenal change, keynote speaker Mayor Joseph Riley told Art & Creative Economy Conference guests, town and county officials Wednesday.
- Last Updated on 10:47 AM 01/06/10
Estimated damages totaled $9,000 as a result of a two-vehicle crash in the Centerville area of South Boston Thursday morning, according to town police.