Ken Buckley, a sales associate with Long & Foster Real Estate, attended the company’s Top 100 Elite Performers Retreat in Charleston, South Carolina, on Sept. 6-7.

Construction on the new Food Lion store at the former Winn Dixie site in Centerville is continuing on schedule. The previous grocery store has been torn down and the construction and progress on the new Food Lion store can be seen from the parking lot area outside the fenced in construction …

Danville Community College will host an Industrial Maintenance Training information session and open house at the Regional Center for Advanced Technology & Training on Thursday.

Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced Friday the number of employed Virginians remained above 4.2 million workers in August.

Virginia’s annual sales tax holiday for school supplies, emergency preparedness items and energy-saving products, returns Friday through Sunday.

Members the Halifax County Industrial Development Authority’s strategic planning steering committee convened Thursday to continue to hammer out the group’s priorities.

Eleven Sentara hospitals — including the one in Halifax County — have received an American College of Cardiology’s NCDR Chest Pain-MI Registry Performance Achievement Award for 2022.

On July 1, the Federal Reserve System’s Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., approved the application by Benchmark Community Bank to purchase the Emporia branch of First Community Bank.

Two new businesses in downtown South Boston, Mon Reve’ Designs and Magnolia Esthetics, sharing the same storefront at 103 Main St., celebrated openings with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning

The shell of the future Starbucks building at 3612 Old Halifax Road is complete and the project has went out to bid to complete construction of the inside. The building is approximately 2,500 square feet and is owned by Salomon Real Estate Group LLC. A Starbucks spokesperson confirmed the ne…

Business growth was identified as a top priority for the Halifax County Industrial Development Authority when the board of directors and staff met with its strategic planning team Thursday to map out a path for the organization’s future.

While today’s economy is healthy, the future is uncertain. That was a bank CEO’s message to attendees of a regional Chamber of Commerce membership breakfast Tuesday at the Berry Hill Resort & Conference Center.