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Residents hear Banister Shores water plan

The Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) held an information meeting for the residents of the Banister Shores subdivision following its regular monthly meeting Thursday afternoon in the public meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex in Halifax.

Race relations forum tonight

Halifax County Little Theatre will present the play “To Kill A Mockingbird” in mid-November in honor of the 50th anniversary of the publishing of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel.

UPDATE: Police arrest suspect in malicious wounding

Jason Thomas Sizemore has been arrested on a malicious wounding charge, according to officials in the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office.

Fiber optic network, staff expand

The Mid-Atlantic Broadband Cooperative (MBC) is expanding its open-access advanced fiber optic network, as a result of three federal broadband stimulus grant awards, Halifax County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) officials announced Friday.

Halifax County Commonwealth Attorney lashes out at sentencing

Halifax County Commonwealth Attorney Kim White expressed disappointment Thursday with a ruling by Halifax County Circuit Court Judge Joel C. Cunningham in which the judge reduced a jury-recommended six-year prison term to an active 19-month sentence.

Teachers awarded mini-grants

Halifax County Public Schools Education Foundation presented 37 mini-grants to 55 teachers on Thursday afternoon at Halifax Regional Hospital in the Leggett Auditorium.

Bank gives Halifax County High School a boost

Cheryll Lopez, branch manager for Wachovia Bank in Centerville, presents a $1,000 donation Thursday to Halifax County High School through the Wachovia Wells Fargo Community Partner Program.

Clover man faces multiple charges

A 35-year-old Clover man is facing multiple charges, including four felony drug charges, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office reports.

Military dud much ado about nothing?

A day last Saturday at the South Boston/Halifax County Museum of Fine Arts and History proved a little more interesting for Col. (ret.) Gene Smith than he had ever imagined.

Halifax ready to grill up a thrilling time

All roads lead to historic Downtown Halifax on Saturday for the first “Grills and Thrills.” Everything gets under way at 10 a.m. at the Farmers Market and continues until 5 that afternoon.