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Damages extensive, one injured in wreck near county line

A two-vehicle crash on Highway 58 near Leggett Bottom Monday morning closed one westbound lane, sent a Danville man to the hospital and resulted in almost $70,000 in damages, state police said.

Bonuses on way to Halifax County school workers

Full-time and part-time school employees will be getting bonuses as soon as the Halifax County Board of Supervisors signs off on the deal and fronts the one-time allocation to be reimbursed with federal jobs stimulus funding.

South Boston break-in suspect nabbed

A 22-year-old South Boston man was arrested Friday in connection with a break-in that occurred Oct. 11 at the Jiffy Store on John Randolph Boulevard.

Halifax County Little Theatre to host forum on race relations

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.

Civil Rights conference brings national figures to South Boston

Several national figures will come together in South Boston for the Civil Rights in Education Heritage Trail Conference on Thursday.

Halifax County IDA seeking $140 million in stimulus

The Halifax County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) approved a resolution supporting the issuance of up to $140 million in revenue bonds for the benefit of Dominion Virginia Power when it held its quarterly meeting at Riverstone Technology Park Friday.

Halifax County Fair showing good numbers

“I definitely think it was a success,” said Donnell Corelle, Halifax County Fair coordinator, talking about the latest edition of the century-old Halifax County Fair.

Vandals strike Halifax pool

Halifax Police officers are investigating acts of vandalism at the Halifax town pool, according to Halifax Police Chief D. E. Martin.

Candidates in 5th District bring in cash for final push

As the polls show a neck-and-neck race in the 5th Congressional District, Democratic incumbent Rep. Tom Perriello and Republican state legislator Sen. Robert Hurt released campaign reports that show their cash levels are close as well.

SoBo woman sentenced for arson, assault and battery

A 35-year-old South Boston woman, Terissa Mae Mosley, pleaded guilty Friday in Halifax County Circuit Court to one count of misdemeanor assault and battery of a family or household member, after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.