Award-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and master performance artist David Russell will present “The Crossing of the Dan-A Major Turning Point in the American Revolutionary War: In Story and Song” on Saturday, Feb. 15 at The Prizery, beginning at 10 a.m. for the 239th anniver…

Kelsey Thomas of South Boston has been named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg with a 4.0 GPA.

The Halifax County Master Gardeners organization will hold its 22nd annual plant sale on May 2 in front of the Halifax Extension Office on Main Street in Halifax.

Residents at Heritage Hall in Brookneal received an outpouring of love from the community for the holidays. Georgia Pacific provided gifts for every resident from the angel tree this Christmas.

Well, we are eight days into the new year. How many of you said you were going make changes in 2020 and have broken them all ready? That’s why I don’t make them, because I can never keep them. Well, this week going to do some I hope you enjoy. 

Well, today starts a new year. I wish for you all good health and may it be the best year and all good things in 2020. This week I’m going to do some I never heard of, but I’m going to try. Did you do your black eyed peas, greens, side meats and cornbread for New Year’s Day for your good luck?  

The Dan River Community Ruritan Club members held their annual Christmas dinner on Saturday, Dec. 14, with Zone Governor Melody Davis as special guest. Approximately 22 members and guests attended the event held at Four Oaks Restaurant. Davis installed new officers of the club as well as rec…

Southside Virginia Community College’s Power Line Worker Program instructor Clyde Robertson was awarded the 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in the area of outstanding achievement by a college faculty/staff member from the Virginia Community College System.

Members of the research room at the South Boston-Halifax County Museum of Fine Arts and History are seeking the public’s help in identifying this family for their research. If anyone recognizes this family, he or she may contact the museum at 434-572-9200.