- Last Updated on 12:00 AM 06/18/10
The Virginia Coal and Energy Commission’s Uranium Mining Subcommittee will hold a public meeting seeking input from Southside Virginia residents on the scope of the socio-economic impact study of uranium mining Tuesday, June 22, at 6 p.m. at Chatham High School.
- Last Updated on 12:03 AM 06/18/10
An early morning fishing trip Wednesday turned deadly for a Clover man, according to Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF) officials.
- Last Updated on 12:02 AM 06/18/10
A 25-year-old South Boston man pleaded guilty Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to six drug distribution charges, one drug possession charge and one firearms charge after reaching a plea agreement with the Commonwealth.
- Last Updated on 12:14 AM 06/18/10
A 37-year-old Nathalie woman is facing a misdemeanor breach of the peace charge, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.
- Last Updated on 11:41 PM 06/15/10
The investigation is continuing in the murder-suicide of a county couple Saturday afternoon in the Scottsburg community.
- Last Updated on 11:38 PM 06/15/10
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“To try to estimate the years of service and dedication to the children of Halifax County by this group of individuals would be impossible,” said Deputy Superintendent of Schools Larry Clark at the reception for the school system’s 52 retirees Monday afternoon at Halifax County Middle School.
- Last Updated on 11:32 PM 06/15/10
The public is invited to a grand opening celebration Saturday at the Farmers Market, located at 300 Broad St., South Boston.
- Last Updated on 07:51 AM 06/14/10
The Halifax County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) and Dominion Power have announced plans to develop a pilot demonstration facility for solar power generation and battery storage in the county.
- Last Updated on 07:49 AM 06/14/10
Two people are dead following an apparent murder-suicide Saturday afternoon in the Scottsburg community, according to Major T. E. Logan of the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office.
- Last Updated on 07:45 AM 06/14/10
Community activist and businessman, the Rev. Dr. Roger Julian Ford, passed away Thursday, June 10, at Centra Lynchburg General Hospital.