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School board to hold ‘interesting meeting’ Monday

Halifax County School Board members will meet at 4 p.m. Monday for a special called meeting in the school board conference room at Superintendent Dr. Merle Herndon’s request.

Judge appointed in Commonwealth vs. Board of Supervisors

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia Cynthia D. Kinser has appointed retired Judge Donald H. Kent to preside in the show cause case brought by the Commonwealth of Virginia against the Halifax County Board of Supervisors regarding the condition of the courthouse building in Halifax.

Offer made to next potential chief of police

Halifax soon may have a new police chief if the top applicant accepts a “conditional offer” from town council.

For town without police chief, the search continues

The search continues for a new Halifax Police Chief.

CPA to take on role of finance director

The school’s finance director position has been filled. The position, formally held by Chief Financial Officer Bill Covington who retired June 30, was filled Monday evening when Halifax County School Board members unanimously approved Jason H. Camp as director of finance for Halifax County Public Schools.

SoBo Town Council member resigns; moving out of area

South Boston Town Council member Connie Manning has announced she is stepping down from her elected position effective Aug. 31.

School nixes gas energy project with South Boston

Negotiations are over. The school will not partner with the Town of South Boston in its landfill gas self-generation project since South Boston Elementary School will not realize any savings from the project, school board members were told at their regular monthly meeting Monday night in Halifax.

Landfill gas project on school board’s agenda

Halifax County School Board members will hold their first meeting with new Superintendent Dr. Merle Herndon tonight at 7 p.m. at the Mary Bethune office complex in Halifax.

Emotions run gamut after health ruling

Emotions ran high Thursday after the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to uphold President Barack Obama’s health care plan as constitutional and make it the law of the land.

Supreme Court upholds health care law; Cuccinelli, McDonnell outraged

The U. S. Supreme Court on Thursday morning upheld the heart of President Barack Obama’s health care law — the individual mandate that seeks to cover 30 million uninsured.