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School Personnel Cuts Possible

Halifax County School Board members got their first good look at budget numbers Thursday night during their budget workshop, and what they saw is a shortfall in state funding ranging from just over $3 million to over $3.7 million.

Supes To Talk Budget In Work Session Tonight

Halifax County Supervisors will talk money when the board holds a work session to discuss the county budget tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the second floor conference room of the Mary Bethune Complex in Halifax.

Student Winners Take Center Stage

It will be a night of recognitions tonight as the Halifax County School Board takes its act on the road once again to the Cluster Springs Early Learning Center.

Changes Forthcoming At Vulcan Rock Quarry In South Boston

Changes are in the works at the Vulcan rock quarry in South Boston.

Grammy-Nominated Jazz Violinist Regina Carter At Prizery On Friday

One of the most dynamic and technically accomplished violinists now recording will appear Friday night at The Prizery arts center.

Kindergarten Registration Set Friday

Halifax County Public Schools is holding its registration for kindergarten for the 2010-2011 school year today.

Halifax To Host Earth Day Celebration

Erin Shaughnessy has hit the ground running in her new position as events coordinator for the Town of Halifax with plans for a big Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 24.

County Residents Minister To ‘Forgotten Children’

Vernon Hill resident Donna McDowell Davis was among a group of five adults and two teenagers who set their sights on a mission trip to Jinja, Uganda, last fall.

Robin Hood: The Good And The Bad

Polishing lines and perfecting moves on stage are several characters in Halifax County High School’s production of “The SOMEWHAT True Tale of Robin Hood.”

Courthouse Beefing Up Security

The need to beef up security at the Halifax County Courthouse dominated discussion following the board of supervisors’ closed session Monday night.