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Halifax man drowns Saturday at Berry Hill Resort

The body of 42-year-old Christopher Tucker of Chestnut Creek Road, Halifax was recovered early Sunday morning from a pond at The Berry Hill Resort in South Boston.

In memory of teacher, friends and family form ‘Team Kim’ for race

For almost three years, former Halifax County Middle School science teacher Kim Bosiger fought a tough battle with breast cancer. 

Officials: Baby left in woods for hours

A 25-year-old Nathalie woman was taken into police custody Saturday after her 5-month-old little girl was found lying on the ground in a wooded area some five miles from her home.

After 60 years, pair still ‘going strong’

From the moment Ed and Barbara Talbott laid eyes on each other at Cluster Springs School, they knew they would spend the rest of the lives with each other.  

Celebration of mother earth

The Town of Halifax is gearing up to host its fifth annual Earth Day Extravaganza at the Halifax Farmers Market on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  This year’s Earth Day event will be the largest one yet, and will offer educational displays, tutorials, children’s activities, games and so much more.

Ability to stand trial still at issue

Another competency hearing for capital murder defendant James Lloyd Terry may be on the horizon, after it was revealed in a Tuesday hearing in Halifax County Circuit Court that Central State evaluators have sent a report detailing their examination of Terry.

Dryer blaze causes nearly $30K in damage

What started as a dryer fire and spread to the kitchen resulted in extensive damage to a home located at 1090 Bill Tuck Highway in South Boston on Thursday afternoon. 

Police bust suspected meth lab; Nathalie man charged

A 25-year-old Nathalie man is in police custody suspected of operating a meth lab at his home on Acorn Road in Nathalie.

Meet Diego: K-9 cop specifically trained to ‘sniff out’ narcotics

For Lt. D. H. Barksdale, a K-9 handler at the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office, his dog, Diego, is more than just a work dog — he’s a friend and member of the Barksdale family. “Diego is my buddy. He’s my partner. He is a family pet,” Barksdale said. Barksdale has had the 5-year-old Dutch Shepherd since 2011, and man’s best friend already was trained when the sheriff’s office purchased him.

Halifax tourism wins two awards

Growth of tourism in Halifax County was recognized over the weekend when the Department of Tourism received two awards, Visitor Center of the Year and Heritage Tourism for the Heritage and Antique Machinery Festival, both presented by the Virginia Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus (VACVB).