Monday, Jul 28th

Last updateSat, 26 Jul 2014 11pm

You are here: Home News

Journalism students visit city that never sleeps

Bright lights, skyscraping buildings, people always on the go, and yellow taxis everywhere you look.

James Edmunds to seek reelection

Farmer/businessman and Delegate James Edmunds II on Tuesday announced his intention to seek reelection to a second term in the Virginia House of Delegates representing the 60th District.

South Boston B&E suspect arrested

A 19-year-old South Boston man is facing three felony charges stemming from a break in of an apartment at Westside Village and for a shoplifting offense at the ABC Store on Halifax Road, according to Cpl. C. L. Carswell of the South Boston Police Department.

Future of old schools up for talk at meeting

Four public hearings are scheduled tonight beginning at 6:30 p.m. when the Halifax County Board of Supervisors holds its regular monthly meeting in the Mary Bethune Office Complex in Halifax.

Details sketchy in SoBo stabbing

A 29-year-old black male was airlifted to the Medical College of Virginia Hospital in Richmond Saturday night following a stabbing incident that allegedly occurred on Porter Lane, authorities said.

Halifax group walks, raises funds for MS research

Recently an estimated 1,600 people participated in a benefit walk for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in Richmond, including four with local ties to this community and unfortunately ties to the disease.

Halifax County trustees approve balanced budget

Halifax County School Board members, in a 5-2 vote, adopted a $57.12 million budget Thursday night, cutting $1.6 million in expenses to close the gap and balance the 2011-12 school budget.

Two-day jury trial set in abduction of 12-year-old SoBo girl

A two-day jury trial has been scheduled in July to hear the abduction charge against Jeffrey Easley, who is accused of taking a 12-year-old across country when her mother was found murdered in their Glenvar home.

Halifax sheriff hopeful funds will be restored

Halifax County Sheriff Stanley Noblin is anxiously awaiting action by the Virginia General Assembly on Governor Bob McDonnell’s budget amendments, one of which would restore $7.4 million to local sheriffs’ offices around the commonwealth.

SoBo police search for suspicious man

The South Boston Police Department has recently received several complaints of a suspicious person in the Marshall Avenue and Vaughan Street neighborhood, according to Captain B. K. Lovelace.