- Last Updated on 06:59 AM 10/30/09
- JEFF HUMBER
After a rough 2008, home sales are picking up in 2009. That was the sentiment at the Southern Piedmont Land and Lake Board, a trade group of realtors from Halifax and western Mecklenburg counties, meeting Wednesday in South Boston.
- Last Updated on 11:42 PM 10/29/09
The U.S. House passed the Conference Report on the FY10 Interior and Environment Appropriations Bill on Thursday which includes a $500,000 funding request for upgrading and expanding the Maple Avenue wastewater treatment plant in Halifax County.
- Last Updated on 08:35 AM 10/29/09
Triangle Volunteer Fire Department members will host their annual haunted trail at J.O. Crews’ farm on Ellis Creek Road Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
- Last Updated on 02:10 PM 10/28/09
- The Gazette-Virginian
Halifax County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating several recent break-ins and larcenies, according to Sheriff Stanley Noblin.
- Last Updated on 10:54 AM 01/06/10
None of the four drivers were seriously injured in two accidents in South Boston Tuesday morning, according to town police.
- Last Updated on 12:07 PM 10/28/09
The South Boston Christmas Parade theme Is “Christmas Stories From Books Or Films,” according to organizers.
- Last Updated on 10:57 AM 01/06/10
Halifax Library was not the quiet place it normally is Tuesday evening when the Halifax County-South Boston Regional Library Board met in a room packed to capacity with supporters of recently ousted South Boston Library Manager Woodson Hughes.
- Last Updated on 07:05 AM 10/28/09
- Doug Ford
Three months into the current fiscal year, South Boston budget projections for the most part are near or above expectations, according to town Finance Officer Erle Scott.
- Last Updated on 08:08 AM 10/27/09
The Town of Halifax will be mailing out 2009 taxes for real estate, personal property and machine and tool taxes to residents, businesses and property owners the week of Nov. 2
- Last Updated on 10:45 AM 01/06/10
South Boston police are investigating a missing bank deposit from McDonalds in Centerville, according to Captain B. K. Lovelace.