- Last Updated on 08:24 AM 10/19/09
Three Alton residents were arrested Wednesday and charged in a recent string of thefts at the South Boston Walmart store, according to South Boston Police Investigator R. E. Redd.
- Last Updated on 12:14 PM 10/19/09
Town offices in Halifax and South Boston will be closed Monday for Columbus Day.
- Last Updated on 10:55 AM 01/06/10
Danville Mayor Sherman M. Saunders and JTI Leaf Services on Thursday announced the creation of 39 full-time and 150 seasonal jobs in the Danville area with the opening of JTI Leaf Services’ new facility, which will procure and process U.S. leaf tobacco.
- Last Updated on 11:51 AM 10/28/09
- Sonny Riddle
“I enjoy life,” said South Boston resident Irene Crews, who celebrated her 105th birthday last month among family and friends. “My children are all good to me, and I just enjoy living.”
- Last Updated on 10:53 AM 01/06/10
Three highway construction contracts were recently awarded in the Lynchburg District of the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) which includes the counties of Amherst, Appomattox, Buckingham, Campbell, Charlotte, Cumberland,Halifax, Nelson, Pittsylvania and Prince Edward.
- Last Updated on 11:48 AM 10/28/09
According to sheriff’s office records, two South Boston residents are facing felony drug charges.
- Last Updated on 08:52 AM 10/07/09
- Paula I. Bryant
County Finance Director Stephanie Jackson gave the board of supervisors an earful of budget woes Monday night during its regular monthly meeting — woes that could be made worse if the county is forced to cut funding to the five constitutional offices due to state budget reductions.
- Last Updated on 08:21 AM 10/07/09
- Paula I. Bryant
Four Forks Recycling and Collections Center was put on hold Monday night following a public hearing when one person spoke against the location of the site.
- Last Updated on 10:51 AM 01/06/10
Halifax County Public Schools Education Foundation has awarded over $8,300 in 27 teacher mini-grants. The grants were presented during a reception Tuesday afternoon in the Leggett Auditorium at Halifax Regional Hospital.
- Last Updated on 10:58 AM 01/06/10
A fire that started when a pan of grease ignited on the stove heavily damaged a Nathalie house Monday afternoon, according to Liberty Volunteer Fire Department officials.