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Virgilina man shot in hunting accident

A 36-year-old Virgilina man was injured Tuesday afternoon in a hunting incident, according to Conservation Police Officer Brandon Harris.

Halifax alternative energy plant closer to reality

A power-generating plant at the former Georgia-Pacific facility that would rely on wood waste is closer to a reality for Halifax County.

Fire damages South Boston house

No one was injured when fire damaged a house on Gravitt Street in South Boston on Saturday afternoon at about 3.

Water, sewer rates to change in Halifax County

The Halifax County Service Authority (HCSA) approved the proposed changes to the current schedule of rates and services following a public hearing at its regular monthly meeting Thursday night in Halifax.

Halifax robotics teams have a tough go at competition

Two Halifax County robotics teams made it to the semifinals of Saturday’s Southern Virginia VEX Robotics Championship at Halifax County High School. Unfortunately, neither was able to make it beyond that point.

Despite protest, 'Mockingbird' opens to crowd

The opening of the Halifax County Little Theatre’s production of “To Kill A Mockingbird” went without a hitch Thursday night despite a protest led by officials of the Halifax County Chapter of the NAACP.

Deputies probe theft of copper wire, vandalism

Halifax County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the theft of copper wire over the weekend and a recent act of vandalism, according to Sheriff Stanley Noblin.

Happy ending in search for Halifax County man

A search for a missing 89-year-old Alzheimer’s patient ended on a happy note early Wednesday morning as searchers located the man approximately one-half mile from his home, according to Halifax County Emergency Services Coordinator Kirby Saunders.

Van destroyed, home damaged in two fires

Two separate fires damaged a mobile home in Clover and destroyed a van in South Boston Wednesday, according to fire officials.

VDOT Residency Maintenance Manager Joe Barkley to retire Jan. 1

“I have no regrets,” said Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Residency Maintenance Manager Joseph D. “Joe” Barkley II, reflecting on his 42 years of service to the people of the commonwealth.