- Last Updated on 07:58 AM 03/16/11
A Wake County, N.C., judge Monday handed down a judgment against a woman with Halifax County ties requiring her to pay $30,162,000 in an alienation of affection lawsuit.
- Last Updated on 08:03 AM 03/16/11
- Katherine Lee Francis
Only one person spoke out on the $57.1 million Halifax County school budget Monday night during a public hearing held in Halifax.
- Last Updated on 07:41 AM 03/16/11
- Sonny Riddle
“Hopefully our church every year will be going to Uruguay working with some of the partnerships we established through this trip,” said the Rev. David Rathel, talking about his recent mission trip to Uruguay.
- Last Updated on 01:15 PM 03/14/11
A faulty heater is to blame for saturating the second floor of a South Boston motel with smoke Thursday afternoon, according to a South Boston Fire Department spokesman.
- Last Updated on 07:54 AM 03/14/11
- Paula I. Bryant
The massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Japan Friday crippled operations at Tokyo’s main international airport at Narita, but not before Carla Crawley Ito and her two children, Maika and Jun, of Tokyo boarded a flight to visit family and friends in the United States.
- Last Updated on 07:40 AM 03/14/11
Retired Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Judge Frank Slayton of South Boston will be honored Tuesday afternoon at the Charlotte County Courthouse with the formal dedication of The Honorable Franklin M. Slayton Law Library.
- Last Updated on 07:35 AM 03/14/11
A Sunday morning wreck sent a Scottsburg man to the hospital and left a Vernon Hill man facing charges for driving on a revoked license and failure to yield the right of way.
- Last Updated on 07:33 AM 03/14/11
A 69-year-old Odessa, Fla. resident, Luke B. Ferguson, was sentenced Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to 20 years each in prison for two counts of aggravated sexual battery.
- Last Updated on 07:02 AM 03/14/11
Halifax County authorities are investigating the theft of several firearms from a South Boston residence, Sheriff Stanley Noblin said.
- Last Updated on 12:00 AM 03/11/11
With a nod toward recently passed Virginia General Assembly legislation defining Internet sweepstakes operations, South Boston planners continued action Wednesday on two special use permit applications for a pair of amusement centers.