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A Unique Opportunity Flies Into Halifax

Students from California, New Mexico, New Jersey, North Carolina and Halifax County piled into the Stem Center this week for an intense five-day aviation ground school taught by retired military volunteers.

Snowstorm Stalls Local Shopping

Last weekend’s heavy snowfall took its toll on area retail stores, a random survey revealed.

Brenda's Christmas Villiage Is A Labor Of Love

Christmas around the Riddle household is always a special occasion, especially the living room that undergoes a yearly metamorphosis into the setting for a miniature Christmas village.

County Native Runs In New York Marathon

Steve Johnson participated in the New York City Marathon on Nov. 1 to raise awareness and funds for Autism Speaks.

Two Men Sentenced For Clover Robbery

Two men were sentenced Monday in connection with charges stemming from the robbery of Clover General Store in April.

HCHS Holiday Classic Field Set

The Bluestone High School varsity girls basketball team and the Park View High School varsity boys teams have been added to the field for this year’s edition of the Halifax County High School Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament.

The Famous Red Kettle

Salvation Army volunteer Sam Golightly rings the bell as Halifax resident Sandy Mosby places a donation in the red kettle outside Walmart.

Not Much Stops Mail Carriers From Rounds

There aren’t many things that will stop a letter carrier from completing his or her appointed rounds.  But an injury caused by ice and snow-covered walks and approaches is one of them.

Warf Promoted To Rank Of Sergeant

South Boston Police Corporal Stacy L. Warf has been promoted to the rank of sergeant, according to Police Chief Jim Binner.

Snowstorm Takes A Toll On Motorists

The snow that began Friday and fell on Halifax County through Saturday took its toll on motorists on county roads, according to state police.