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Tuesday crash injures four

Four men were injured in a single-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon near Turbeville, according to state police.

Authorities probe stolen license plates

Halifax County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the theft of a set of license plates in the Vernon Hill community, according to Sheriff Stanley Noblin.

Grant funds six new cruisers in Halifax County

The Halifax County Sheriff’s Office has been awarded a $147,750 public safety grant to assist in the purchase of six police cars.

Locomotive derails in South Boston

A Norfolk Southern locomotive derailed Wednesday afternoon in the South Boston railroad yard, according to Norfolk Southern officials.

SoBo woman facing multiple felony charges

A 36-year-old South Boston woman is facing multiple felony burglary and larceny charges, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

150 new jobs heading to Mecklenburg

Home Care Industries, Inc., one of North America’s leading floor care companies, will invest $1.5 million to open a manufacturing and distribution operation in the Harden manufacturing building in the Airport Industrial Park in Mecklenburg County, the governor’s office announced Tuesday afternoon.

Official: Speed a factor in deadly Halifax County crash

A 20-year-old Danville woman was killed in a single-vehicle crash Tuesday morning in the western part of Halifax County, according to state police.

Three Halifax County women celebrate 50 years of friendship

The world is a restless place in the 21st century. Nothing seems to stay in place for very long, and people seem to come and go with changes in the economy and other world events.

Price is just right for Halifax County lottery winner

When Linda Cole of South Boston discovered she had won $150,000 in the Virginia Lottery’s The Price is Right Scratcher game, the scene may have looked a little like a television game show.

Supervisors to catch up on projects

W. A. Stevens has withdrawn his request for a conditional use permit to locate an Internet gaming café in the office suite located behind Roma’s Restaurant, according to Halifax County Administrator George Nester, so a public hearing scheduled for tonight will not be held.