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Five-Day Summer Course Prepares Students To Become Sports Pilots

Aviation enthusiasts can spread their wings this summer at a Ground School Summer Camp, scheduled for July 11-16 at William M. Tuck Airport.

Come Sit A Spell: Town Of Halifax Dedicates Benches

Prior to the Halifax Town Council meeting Tuesday night, the Halifax Woman’s Club dedicated 10 benches in downtown Halifax.

27 To Retire From Halifax County School System

A total of 27 certified employees are expected to take advantage of the retirement incentive package being offered by the Halifax County School System this year, according to a report given to the school board at its meeting Monday night.

Trustees To Begin Process For Efficiency Study Review

An efficiency study of the county school system came one step closer to becoming a reality Monday night when the Halifax County School Board approved a motion to begin the process of conducting a review that could cost between $20,000 and $30,000.

Gretna Man Faces Charges

A 27-year-old Gretna man is facing three felony and two misdemeanor charges, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Trustees To Hear Efficiency Study Feasibility Report

Halifax County School Board members will hear a report on the feasibility of an efficiency study for the school system when the board meets at 7 tonight at the South Boston Early Learning Center.

Huge Crowd Flocks To Annual Noland Day Fair

The historic Noland Village was alive and well this past Saturday with an estimated 1,500 people attending the annual Country Fair Day.

Police: Vehicle, Stereo Stolen

Halifax Police officers are investigating a stolen car and stereo, according to Halifax Police Chief D. E. Martin.

Public Can Sound Off On $9.3 Million South Boston Budget

South Boston Town Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed $9,813,903 budget for 2010-2011 when it meets tonight at 7 p.m. in council chambers on Yancey Street.

Nathalie Man Convicted Of Abduction, Assault/Battery

A 28-year-old Nathalie man, Jaysen Lee Grove, was convicted last Friday in Halifax County Circuit Court of abduction and misdemeanor assault and battery, following a bench trial.