- Last Updated on 12:00 AM 11/26/10
Halifax County Middle School sixth grade students and teachers visited the Crossing of the Dan Exhibit at The Prizery last Monday and Tuesday when they had an opportunity to walk to the outdoor exhibit on the Dan River and tour the permanent exhibit located on the third floor.
- Last Updated on 02:27 AM 11/24/10
The 36-year-old Virgilina man who was injured Tuesday afternoon in a hunting accident was reported in “stable condition and talking” Wednesday morning by a Duke Medical Center spokesman, according to Julia Dixon, Department of Game and Inland Fisheries director of media relations.
- Last Updated on 02:19 PM 11/24/10
- Sonny Riddle
Three speakers went on record Monday night in support of a wood-fired power plant proposed for Halifax County.
- Last Updated on 12:00 AM 11/24/10
The family of the late Judge Irvin D. Sugg Sr. presented his portrait to the Halifax County General District Court on Saturday in the General District courtroom.
- Last Updated on 05:04 PM 11/23/10
A 36-year-old Virgilina man was injured Tuesday afternoon in a hunting incident, according to Conservation Police Officer Brandon Harris.
- Last Updated on 02:41 PM 11/22/10
A power-generating plant at the former Georgia-Pacific facility that would rely on wood waste is closer to a reality for Halifax County.
- Last Updated on 07:56 AM 11/22/10
No one was injured when fire damaged a house on Gravitt Street in South Boston on Saturday afternoon at about 3.
- Last Updated on 07:49 AM 11/22/10
- Sonny Riddle
The Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) approved the proposed changes to the current schedule of rates and services following a public hearing at its regular monthly meeting Thursday night in Halifax.
- Last Updated on 07:39 AM 11/22/10
- Joe Chandler
Two Halifax County robotics teams made it to the semifinals of Saturday’s Southern Virginia VEX Robotics Championship at Halifax County High School. Unfortunately, neither was able to make it beyond that point.
- Last Updated on 07:48 AM 11/22/10
- PAULA I. BRYANT AND JOE CHANDLER
The opening of the Halifax County Little Theatre’s production of “To Kill A Mockingbird” went without a hitch Thursday night despite a protest led by officials of the Halifax County Chapter of the NAACP.