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No injuries in school bus wreck Tuesday in Halifax County

No one was injured in a two-vehicle accident Tuesday morning involving a Halifax County school bus and a car, according to state police.

South Boston man facing larceny, burglary charges

A 28-year-old South Boston man is facing three felony charges and one misdemeanor charge, according to records in the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office.

Treasurer to seek reelection

Halifax County Treasurer Linda S. Foster announced Friday she will seek reelection to a seventh term in November.

Clark makes bid for Halifax County sheriff

Fred. S. Clark of Nathalie announced Friday he will challenge incumbent Sheriff Stanley Noblin for the job as the county’s chief law enforcement officer in November.

LOVE BLOSSOMS: Couple celebrates first Valentine’s Day together

Love and romance are in the air today, and for Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Stewart of Virgilina it will be their first Valentine’s Day together as man and wife since they were united in marriage last spring.

Talent shines in Bland Contest

Caleb Anthony Flowers, a 13-year-old home-schooled soprano from Clover, and Dominique Stratton Shaffer, 12-year-old home-schooled violinist from Vernon Hill, each took home $300 after winning the South Boston Lions Club’s Annual James Bland Memorial Music Contest on Friday night at The Prizery.

Hollywood comes to town in annual expo

The Halifax County Chamber of Commerce will host Business Expo 2011 — “Hollywood to Halifax…Where Your Business is a Star!” Thursday at The Prizery on Bruce Street in South Boston.

South Boston police officer earns corporal promotion

South Boston Police Senior Patrol Officer Julianna C. Berry has been promoted to the rank of corporal, according to Chief James W. Binner.

Business owner makes appeal to HCSA reps

There is an 8,000 square foot building available Halifax business owner Bill Watkins and his wife, Nola, told Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) representatives Doug Bowman and Major Wray during the public comment part of Halifax Town Council’s monthly meeting Tuesday night.

HCSA, council remain at odds

“What sites were considered for the location of that facility?” asked Halifax Vice-Mayor Bill Confroy, speaking to Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) representatives Doug Bowman and Major Wray during Halifax Town Council’s regular monthly meeting Tuesday night.