The town of Halifax Solid Waste Department will conduct its annual free spring clean-up for town residents and businesses by appointment only on Friday, May 13, and Saturday, May 14.

The fate of a proposed recreational vehicle park in the town of Halifax still is undecided, as Halifax Town Council mulls the question of a time limit on guests’ stay at the park.

For more than five decades, April 22 has served as both a day of celebration of planet Earth and a call to action to protect its natural resources and delicate ecosystems.

Halifax business owner Dean Jones detailed the plans he has for a recreational vehicle (RV) park at Tuesday evening’s Halifax Town Council meeting.

The public will get the chance to share their thoughts on a proposed recreational vehicle park at a Halifax Planning Commission meeting set for Wednesday (tonight) at 7 p.m. in Halifax Town Hall.

The town of Halifax Planning Commission is expected to make a recommendation on a proposed recreational vehicle park at an upcoming meeting, and the public has a chance to weigh in on that decision.

A brief agenda awaits Halifax Town Council when they meet Tuesday for their 6:30 p.m. work session followed immediately by their 7 p.m. regular meeting.

A light agenda awaits Halifax Town Council when they meet Tuesday for their 6:30 p.m. work session followed by their 7 p.m. monthly regular meeting.

Halifax Volunteer Fire Department presented annual awards during its December business meeting. Not pictured are H. C. Phillips Jr., who was honored for 30 years of service, and Jessica Hamlett, honored for a decade of service.

A local business owner and insurance agent is trying to start up his newest business venture, a RV Park in the town of Halifax, and a couple of individuals spoke in favor of this endeavor at Halifax Town Council’s Tuesday meeting.

Halifax Town Hall will be closed all day Thursday, Dec. 23 and Friday Dec. 24 in observance of the Christmas Holiday and again on Friday, Dec. 31 for New Year’s Day. 

Halifax Town Hall will be closed starting at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 24, all day on Thursday, Nov. 25 and Friday, Nov. 26 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Toot’s Creek Antique Mall is one of the first sites that greets visitors to the town of Halifax from the southern entrance on the frequently traveled 501 highway.

Halifax Town Council will set a public hearing on a rezoning request, receive business and police department updates, and make appointments when it meets Tuesday night.

Halifax Town Hall will be closed on Tuesday in observance of Election Day. The town of Halifax will be picking up recyclables on Friday, Nov. 5 due to the modified holiday schedule. 

The town of Halifax will mail 2021 tax bills for personal property and machine and tool taxes next week to residents, businesses and personal property owners.

Retired senior probation and parole officer Jonathan Thackston was selected to serve as the newest member of Halifax Town Council Wednesday evening filling an at-large vacancy created by last month’s resignation of Mike Trent.

Halifax town councilman Michael T. “Mike” Trent announced his pending resignation at Tuesday evening’s council meeting due to plans to move across town.

Motorists in the town of Halifax should drive cautiously and expect minor traffic delays this week due to scheduled roadwork in one of the town’s main thoroughfares.

Fresh produce offered up by local farmers, livestock, arts and crafts, the Power of Produce (POP) Program giving children a taste of farm-fresh vegetables, and a drawing for a $500 cash giveaway and other prizes provided by Viny’s Italian Restaurant all were part of the mix Saturday at the H…

Plenty of produce and the power of produce program, Princess The Pigmy from Muddy Creek Farms and a $500 cash giveaway are set for Halifax Market Place and Farmers Market’s season opening on Saturday.

The town of Halifax Solid Waste Department will conduct its annual free spring clean up for town residents and businesses by appointment only on Friday, May 14 and Saturday, May 15.

More than 6,300 pounds of paper were shredded in Halifax on Thursday as part of a free paper shredding event held at the Halifax Farmers Market and hosted by the Halifax County Improvement Council and town of Halifax. Halifax assistant town manager Denise Barksdale said cars were lined up on…