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Two at central office get increase in salary

Two central office staff members received significant pay hikes following a closed session meeting of Halifax County School Board members Monday night. 

Furious over administrative decisions, pastors demand school ‘justice’

Saying they will not rest until justice is served and a resolution is found, three area pastors returned to the Halifax County School Board meeting Monday evening with a stern warning for the superintendent and board members.

16 candidates step up for county races

A total of 16 potential candidates picked up packets to run for office from Halifax County Registrar Judy Meeler by Tuesday evening’s 7 p.m. deadline.

Primarily speaking, a slow down of voting

“Slow” is the word Halifax County General Registrar Judy Meeler used to describe voting at county polls Tuesday during the Democratic primary held to select the party’s nominees for lieutenant governor and attorney general in the November election.

Sunday night wreck claims life of Roxboro resident

A 55-year-old Roxboro, N.C., man was killed in a single-vehicle wreck Sunday night on State Route 601 (Buckshoal Road), a half mile east of State Route 730 in the Virgilina community.

UPDATE: Southside under tornado watch until 10 p.m.

The threat of storms headed toward Halifax County has prompted a flash flood and tornado watch.

School board candidate running to be more involved with community

Education has always been important to Ida Terry of Scottsburg.

School retirees’ lawsuit heading to court

Halifax County School Board members will soon face in court the 105 former Halifax County Public School employees and Local Optional Retirement Plan retirees who filed a civil lawsuit against the board in January.

Rain moves out just before fun kicks in at Cantaloupe Festival

There were no ripe Halifax County cantaloupes at the 33rd Annual Virginia Cantaloupe Festival at Berry Hill Resort on Friday, but a late-arriving crowd didn’t seem to mind either that, the change in venue or the threat of rain from Tropical Storm Andrea.

Longtime educator announces bid for school board seat

Former longtime educator Rita Best announced Sunday she plans to seek the ED-6 school board seat in the upcoming November election because she wants to represent the people and ensure county children have the best possible resources available to them in order for them to become successful adults in society.