- Last Updated on 11:03 PM 08/19/10
- Sonny Riddle
“As of this morning it seems to be working OK,” said Superintendent of Schools Paul Stapleton Thursday, commenting on the new traffic pattern at Halifax County Middle School.
- Last Updated on 08:00 AM 08/18/10
CLARKSVILLE — Officials in Clarksville are expecting a large turnout for Thursday’s Symposium on Kerr Reservoir.
- Last Updated on 07:57 AM 08/18/10
Authorities are warning residents in the Chase City area to exercise caution after a fox killed in last week tested positive for rabies.
- Last Updated on 07:51 AM 08/18/10
- Sonny Riddle
Schools opened Monday morning with a total of 5,350 students in grades K-12 at the county’s seven elementary and two secondary schools, school officials said.
- Last Updated on 07:46 AM 08/18/10
- Doug Ford
South Boston Postmaster Pat Honeycutt took a moment Tuesday to reflect on her being chosen as Postmaster of the Year by the Virginia Chapter of the National Association of Postmasters of the United States (NAPUS).
- Last Updated on 07:40 AM 08/18/10
Halifax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Kim Slayton White has been named to the Computer Crimes Advisory Committee of the Virginia Joint Commission on Technology and Science.
- Last Updated on 07:38 AM 08/18/10
The Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) board is expected to review proposed water and sewer rates at its monthly meeting Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in the public meeting room of the Mary Bethune Office Complex.
- Last Updated on 01:07 PM 08/16/10
- SPECIAL TO THE GAZETTE
On, Aug. 2, delegates of the Historic Staunton River Foundation — a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion, development, and preservation of the Staunton River Battlefield — met with Leslie Carter of Shepherdstown, W.Va., to accept a donation of an original document, the minutes of the Employees of the Danville Arsenal, dated 1864.
- Last Updated on 08:12 AM 08/16/10
- Paula I. Bryant
A Virginia State Police fire investigator is conducting an investigation into a Friday afternoon fire that destroyed a two-story frame house at 1045 Rogers Trail in the Cluster Springs community, according to Cluster Springs Assistant Fire Chief Kevin Robertson.
- Last Updated on 07:52 AM 08/16/10
- Katherine Lee Francis
Halifax County School Board members voted to change the county school system’s grading scale Friday afternoon during a retreat held at Riverstone Technology Park.