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$60,000 loan to Prizery repaid

Community Arts Center Foundation, Inc., operator of The Prizery, announced Friday they have repaid in full the loan made by the board of supervisors.  

Looking to the past to ensure the future

“We Shall Not Be Moved” was the theme for the 2013 National Association For The Advancement of Colored People Freedom Fund Banquet held at The Prizery Thursday night.

Reckless driving charged after car runs into garage

No one was hurt, but damages were extensive following a single-vehicle wreck that occurred Friday at 3:50 p.m. on Berry Hill Road in South Boston.

Rejoining Governor’s School big topic for meeting tonight

Once again, Halifax County School Board will debate the option of rejoining Governor’s School. An update on the newly approved Health Science Academy also will be given to school board members tonight when they meet at 6 p.m. in the second floor public meeting room of the Mary Bethune office complex. 

Satterfield wins hat draw, elected to school board

All it took was drawing a name from a box Friday morning to break a tie vote and propel incumbent Fay Satterfield to another four-year term on the Halifax County School Board as ED-6 representative.

Parade, ceremony to salute veterans

Area residents will have an opportunity to honor and remember those who have risked their lives to protect their country during the annual Veterans Day parade in downtown South Boston Saturday at 11 a.m. 

Tracy Quackenbush Martin sails to victory in Halifax

A contentious race for Halifax County Commonwealth’s Attorney ended Tuesday with Tracy Quackenbush Martin winning election by a an almost 2-1 margin over incumbent Mike Freshour.

LIVE BLOG: Quackenbush Martin wins; local races close

Tracy Quackenbush Martin wins Halifax County Commonwealth’s Attorney race.

From governor to school board, lots of seats on ballot

Halifax County voters will go to the polls Tuesday to elect state and local leaders. 

Commonwealth’s attorney candidate goes after attacks from opponent

Not true. Tracy Quackenbush Martin stood firm on the steps of the courthouse in Halifax Friday afternoon to “set the record straight” during a press conference she called to dispel “patently false” information disseminated by her opposition.