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Car Crashes Into House On Wednesday Morning

A 20-year-old South Boston man was charged with felony hit and run after the car he was driving crashed into the front of a house in South Boston, according to town police.

Woman Pleads Guilty To Felonies

A 30-year-old Charlotte Courthouse woman, Goldie Lynn Bailey, pleaded guilty Friday in Halifax County Circuit Court to four felonies, two for obtaining money by false pretenses and two for conspiring to obtain money by false pretenses.

State Budget Passes With Big Cuts

After much deliberation, the General Assembly has passed a two-year $82 billion budget that cuts spending on education, health care and public safety to bridge a $4 billion shortfall.

STATE BUDGET: Schools Wait For Numbers

School officials are eagerly awaiting the final figures on state funding for the Halifax County School System, according to Bill Covington, Halifax County Public Schools chief financial officer.

STATE BUDGET: Constitutional Officers Spared?

Constitutional officers were spared the worst budget cuts in the state budget adopted Sunday by the General Assembly.

IN MEMORY: Alex Williamson

Members of the South Boston Fire Department decorate the department’s brush truck as a memorial to Halifax County Chief Forester Alex Williamson, who died Sunday in North Carolina.

Chamber of Commerce Holds Awards Banquet

Halifax County Chamber of Commerce recognized members during Tuesday’s annual meeting and awards banquet.

Route 658 To Close For Work Today

Motorists who normally use Route 658 in Halifax County as part of their daily commute should plan ahead for a change beginning today.

South Boston Man Receives 10 Years For Drug Offenses

A 53-year-old South Boston man was sentenced Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to an effective 10-year prison term for seven drug-related charges and a pair of probation violations.

Hearing Postponed On Hog Farm Suit Against Supervisors

A hearing before Judge James A. Luke scheduled for Friday in Halifax County Circuit Court to address a motion for a partial judgment sought by Link Farms against the Halifax County Board of Supervisors was postponed due to an attorney illness, according to court officials.