The Halifax County-South Boston Public Library System will be the recipient of a $1,000 grant from the Community Foundation of the Dan River Region.
The J.T.-Minnie Maude Charitable Trust announces that scholarship opportunities for the academic year of 2021-2022 are available and the application period is now open.
Legislators gave a bleak outlook during a virtual pre-legislative briefing on Thursday where they were given the opportunity to give perspective on issues and key legislation prior to the next General Assembly Session.
With individuals touting her grace, advocacy efforts and strong Christian faith, Arlene Dailey was recognized as the Cora Tucker Award recipient at a ceremony hosted by the Halifax County/South Boston VA NAACP at the TJM Community Center in Cluster Springs on Saturday afternoon.
A 55-year-old Clover man faces a charge of reckless driving following a single-vehicle wreck that occurred Tuesday night on Clover Road, two-tenths of a mile West of Moseley Ferry Road, according to a report filed by Virginia State Trooper L. V. Pambid.
“The spike in cases is due to community spread,” Brookie Crawford, a spokesperson for the Virginia Department of Health, wrote in an email to The Gazette.
The Southside and Pittsylvania-Danville health districts are working to ensure the vaccination of the prioritized groups as defined by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and adopted by Virginia Disaster Medical Advisory Com…
A 79-year-old Nathalie woman, Joan F. Whitt, was struck by a vehicle in an early Wednesday morning crash and died at the scene, according to a report by Virginia State Police Trooper T. B. Jones.
Facing a revised rezoning application and a mount of opposition from Cluster Springs residents, Halifax County Board of Supervisors took no action on a rezoning request in the area when they met Monday evening.
After hearing much opposition from neighbors during a public hearing on the matter and having much concerns of their own, Halifax County Board of Supervisors tabled a request for a conditional use permit to operate a Christian ministry.
Chairman Hubert Pannell and vice chairman Garland Ricketts of the Halifax County Board of Supervisors will remain in their leader positions for another year after supervisors reorganized at their Monday evening meeting.
An Alton man, Shannon Angus, was injured and transported to Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital following a single-vehicle wreck Monday morning on U.S. Highway 58 in the Turbeville area near the intersection with State Route 751, according to Virginia State Police.
The Halifax County Adult Detention Center on Monday conducted a mass testing of inmates for COVID-19, according to jail site administrator Capt. David L. Moore Jr.
Starting Monday, the Halifax County-South Boston Public Library System will only be offering curbside pickup of books, DVDs and audio books, as well as online services through the library’s website at www.halifaxlibrary.org.
It was a celebratory time at Tri-County Community Action Agency on Wednesday afternoon as employees honored retiree Fred Betts.
The year 2020 proved to be an unforgettable year that supplied plenty of headlines to choose from in compiling a list of Top 10 stories of the year in Halifax County.
The year 2020 proved to be an unforgettable one that supplied plenty of headlines to choose from in compiling a list of top 10 stories of the year in Halifax County.
The Southside Health District began conducting closed COVID-19 vaccination clinics for priority groups last week.
A 21-year-old Nathalie man is facing charges after his vehicle crashed into a Temple Hill Road home at about 9:30 p.m. Christmas Eve.
A reverse toy parade Monday at Halifax County High School brought holiday cheer to hundreds of local families.
Charles Nelson and his daughter Melissa’s holiday tradition of handing out candy to employees at Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital has been put on hold for the first time in 29 years because of COVID-19.
Christmas came early for 107 Halifax County children this year as part of the annual Winbush Racing Christmas fundraiser.
The Virginia Service and Conservation Corps (VSCC) is accepting applications from volunteers to serve 1,200-hour AmeriCorps terms in 2021 at Staunton River State Park in Scottsburg.
The 50th anniversary of the Virginia Scenic Rivers Program in 2020 is an occasion to celebrate these special rivers and the communities that care for them.
Copies of the book, “Construction of New Addition-South Boston Fire Department,” are now available at the South Boston Public Library and the Halifax County Public Library.
As Virginia eclipsed 300,000 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, a report by the University of Virginia paints a dark picture of the months to come and predicts 400,000 new cases in the coming year.
Dr. James F. Witko, a pulmonologist with Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital, rolled up his sleeve Thursday morning and became the first recipient of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine at the South Boston location.