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South Boston Goody's Making A Comeback

Goody’s is coming back to South Boston at its original location, and the store is tentatively set to open in the Hupps Mill Plaza location on Wilborn Avenue on March 24, according to Kim Bell, Goody’s media relations spokesperson.

Marines Based In Afghanistan Reap Christmas Bounty

Proceeds from the annual Main Street United Methodist Women’s (UMW) Bake Sale held in December have been put to good use in quick fashion.

Scholarships Available through J.T.–Minnie Maude Charitable Trust

The J.T.–Minnie Maude Charitable Trust announces that scholarship opportunities for the 2010-2011 academic year are available and the application period is now open. 

American Red Cross Offers Cold Weather Tips

Bone chilling temperatures have gripped much of the country, and the Halifax-Charlotte County Chapter of the American Red Cross urges everyone to be safe and prepare as much as possible.

Financial Aid Workshop Set Jan. 13

The Southern Piedmont Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) will sponsor a Financial Aid Workshop on Wednesday, Jan. 13, at 6 p.m. in the Anderson Computer Room at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center. 

Business Women’s Association Scholarship Application Available

The Business Women’s Association of Halifax County is accepting applications for its annual scholarships.

Charges Still Pending In Crash Involving Cruiser

Charges are pending in the crash Monday morning of a South Boston Police cruiser and a Chevrolet Tahoe, according to state police.

Group To Hold Celebration Of King’s Life Jan. 17

The Halifax County Business and Professional Council will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday on Sunday, Jan. 17, at 3:30 p.m., First Baptist Church Ferry Street.

ACE Team Victorious At District Tourney

Halifax County High School Academic Competition of Excellence (ACE) varsity team members aced the competition and brought home the victory from the district ACE tournament held at Patrick Henry High School in Roanoke on Monday evening.

Supes Take First Steps To Repair Old Courthouse

As freshman House Delegate James Edmunds II heads to Richmond next week for the 2010 General Assembly session, he does so with an urgent request from the Halifax County Board of Supervisors – find state money that can be used to help repair the historic courthouse in Halifax.