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Property owners oppose rezoning; council gives OK

South Boston Town Council unanimously approved an ordinance rezoning Somerset Assisted Living and an adjoining, subdivided two-acre parcel of land following a public hearing at Monday’s meeting.

Coalition funding on agenda

A request for funding from the Virginia Coalition is up for discussion at tonight’s monthly meeting of South Boston Town Council.

Supervisors memorialize late county worker

The late Dwight Waller was remembered Tuesday night for his expertise and experience in the field of construction and as a valued resource in the development of many local housing, business and government projects in his role as county building official.

Supervisors to memorialize building official at meeting

Halifax County Board of Supervisors plan to present a resolution in memory of Dwight Waller, former county building official, to his family Tuesday night during its regular monthly meeting to be held at 6:30 p.m. in the second floor conference room of the Mary Bethune office complex in Halifax.

Uranium funding action delayed

The Virginia Coalition, a group founded to keep the ban on uranium mining in Pittsylvania County and Virginia as a whole, received two contributions of $5,000 each from the Town of South Boston last year to assist in its ongoing efforts against lifting the ban.

Somerset seeking expansion, applies for rezoning request

Somerset Assisted Living Facility wants to expand, but to do so, it must apply for rezoning from the town, and its request to rezone will be the topic of discussion at Monday night’s South Boston Town Council work session.

Technology for education big topic of discussion as U.S. senator visits SoBo

The talk was technology and workforce training Friday afternoon.

Going the extra mile to drive business to downtown

The Town of South Boston downtown business district will have to literally go the extra mile if it is to remain economically viable.

Forget Webster, council defines dangerous dogs

South Boston Town Council adopted amendments to Chapter 18 of its town code at Monday’s meeting regarding dangerous or vicious dogs, amendments meant to put more teeth in the town’s ordinance and to align it with state code.

Public hearing goes to the dogs in South Boston

Residents will have an opportunity tonight to comment on a proposed amendment to town code regarding dangerous and vicious dogs during South Boston town council’s monthly meeting.