- Last Updated on 10:25 AM 06/23/10
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With three big professional musicals playing in The Prizery’s Chastain Theatre all summer, exhibit designer Ralph Wileman knew he wanted something wonderful and worthy hanging in the art gallery.
- Last Updated on 09:17 AM 06/23/10
Dr. Mark Becton, pastor of Grove Avenue Baptist Church in Richmond, will be the featured speaker for a four-night “Bringing Hope To Halifax” Crusade to be held in the Halifax County High School auditorium Sunday through Wednesday beginning each night at 7:30.
- Last Updated on 08:24 AM 06/23/10
- Paula I. Bryant
Halifax County Board of Supervisors approved a budget resolution Monday night officially adopting and appropriating the $89,904,676 county budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
- Last Updated on 08:06 AM 06/23/10
A 28-year-old Nathalie man was sentenced Monday in Halifax County Circuit Court to six years and 12 months in prison for abduction and misdemeanor assault and battery, with all but 12 months suspended.
- Last Updated on 08:04 AM 06/23/10
- Paula I. Bryant
Residents living in the northernmost section of Halifax County soon can dispose of their trash and recyclable materials at a recycling collection site located on Drive In Road, just off Route 40 (Stage Coach Road).
- Last Updated on 07:50 AM 06/23/10
In June of 1864, Union cavalry under the command of General James H. Wilson and August V. Kautz were making a raid through Southside Virginia, leaving a trail of destruction behind them.
- Last Updated on 07:45 AM 06/23/10
A 94-year-old Alton native was recognized Saturday in Washington, D.C. as recipient of the National Juneteenth Military Honors Award.
- Last Updated on 07:33 AM 06/23/10
Everyone is invited to the grand opening of the Halifax Farmers Market Saturday.
- Last Updated on 11:57 AM 06/21/10
A 64-year-old South Boston man pleaded guilty Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to five related drug distribution charges.
- Last Updated on 07:53 AM 06/21/10
The Danville Regional Foundation (DRF) announced Friday it has received proposals from two nationally-known groups, Resources for the Future and RTI International, to conduct an independent socioeconomic study on the regional impact of uranium mining.