Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) will begin using their mobile unit to provide community COVID-19 vaccinations,starting Friday.

A 46-year-old Alton man faces a felony charge of entering a structure to commit assault and battery and a misdemeanor charge each of petty larceny and enter property to damage, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

A Danville man, Eric Johnell Brooks, was sentenced on Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to a year and six months in jail for a felony charge each being a nonviolent felon in possession of a gun and being a felon in possession of ammo, and a misdemeanor charge of shooting wildlife from…

RICHMOND — The Virginia General Assembly passed multiple bills allowing health care workers and first responders to receive workers’ compensation benefits if they are disabled or die due to COVID-19.

Clays Mill Elementary School announces the students of the month for January: Liam Bower, Alyssa Pritchard, Emani Cross, Chante’ Rawlings Boyd, Christopher Holcomb, Levi Torian, Alicia Crawford, Alessandro Tehuacatl, Ashlynn Smith, Cale Cassada and Kahlil Sims.

It was a welcoming sight as buses and cars lined up to drop off the pre-K through third grade students at Scottsburg Elementary on Monday, Feb. 22. As students exited the buses and cars, health screenings were completed. The faculty, staff and principal greeted the students. The hallways wer…

Mission work has always been a passion for former Halifax County resident Dr. Bren Williams of Chesapeake who grew up in the Sinai community and now has experienced over 20 years of local, national and international ministry work.

First Baptist Weekday School and Halifax County Little Theatre were selected as winners of a paint grant through South Boston True Value’s partnership with the True Value Foundation’s Painting a Brighter Future Program.  A True Value Foundation paint grant helped improve learning environment…

Most measures essentially move Virginia back to rules in place before holiday surges started driving up infections and hospitalizations.

A 44-year-old Greensboro, North Carolina woman faces two drug charges of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance and a charge of driving under the influence, according to South Boston Police Department records.

A Halifax man, Robert Edward March Jr., was sentenced on Feb. 12 in Halifax County Circuit Court to three years in jail for a felony charge each of possession of controlled substance, distribution of methamphetamine and distribution or sell for profit a schedule I or II controlled substance.

South Boston Town Council at its work session/joint committee meeting Monday evening plan to discuss a request from Westside Village Apartments to move forward with a funding application to renovate the 46-year-old apartment complex in the Sinai community.