- Last Updated on 10:38 AM 01/06/10
- Paula I. Bryant
An entourage of Riverdale business representatives plan to pack the South Boston Planning Commission’s Dec. 9 public hearing on the town’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan in an effort to squash long-term plans for the Riverdale business area.
- Last Updated on 10:41 AM 01/06/10
- The Gazette-Virginian
The state’s restaurant smoking ban – described as one of the strongest in the region and the strongest among tobacco producing states by Gov. Tim Kaine’s office - took effect Tuesday.
- Last Updated on 10:49 AM 01/06/10
- Doug Ford
South Boston Town Council grilled a Comcast Cable representative at its monthly work session on Monday, with several councilmen describing current cable service for the town as “unacceptable.”
- Last Updated on 11:00 AM 01/06/10
Halifax County Treasurer Linda S. Foster reminds county residents that the deadline for payment of county real estate and personal property taxes is Monday, Dec. 7.
- Last Updated on 07:44 AM 11/30/09
Senator Frank Ruff and Delegate-elect James Edmunds are expected to meet with members of South Boston Town Council members this evening when they meet at 5:45 p.m. in Council Chambers on Yancey Street.
- Last Updated on 07:40 AM 11/30/09
The village of Halifax celebrated its Christmas Open House – “A Dickens Of A Christmas” - Sunday offering door prizes, refreshments, crafts for the youngsters and live music.
- Last Updated on 10:44 AM 01/06/10
A memorial service will be held at First Presbyterian Church this morning at 11 for dedicated community servant and optometrist Dr. Frank B. Godbold Jr.
- Last Updated on 10:47 AM 01/06/10
The Prizery arts center has won the prestigious Arts Build Community’s Rising Star Award from Virginians for the Arts, making it the first-ever recipient of a new award that honors an up-and-coming arts organization having a significant impact on its community.
- Last Updated on 10:54 AM 01/06/10
Nine bands will perform in South Boston’s Christmas Parade when it gets under way Saturday, Dec. 5, at 5 p.m.
- Last Updated on 10:42 AM 01/06/10
- MATT TOMSIC/DANVILLE REGISTER & BEE
At a funeral home months ago, Courtney Marie Servais lay covered — except for one hand for family to hold — while loved ones viewed her body, which had been too brutalized for an open-casket funeral.