Progress has been made at the Dollar General site to clean up the property as noted by Halifax Town Council when they met Tuesday night, and provisions were found in their zoning ordinance to help enforce landscaping.

After holding a public hearing in which no one spoke for or against the Halifax business, Halifax Town Council members approved a special use permit for a pest control business when they met Wednesday evening.

Members of Halifax Town Council will meet with the Halifax Planning Commission on Wednesday to review a special use permit for a potential new business in Halifax.

Setting a joint public hearing with the town of Halifax Planning Commission for a special use permit for Christopher Cole for a home-based business is on the agenda when Halifax Town Council meets Tuesday.

Authorization to apply for state and federal grants is on the table for Halifax Town Council when members meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. immediately following the 6:30 work session in Halifax Town Hall.

Halifax Town Hall was closed on Monday due to the major winter storm, and because of the condition of secondary residential roads the sanitation department will have limited access to pickup solid waste for the next few days.

Halifax Town Manager Carl Espy doesn’t anticipate any delays in a zoning application for a building permit for the commonwealth’s attorney’s office addition to the county’s existing permit for the county courthouse project.

Halifax Town Council is slated to host its annual holiday social starting at 5 p.m. Tuesday followed by committees meeting and work session at 6:30 p.m. and the regular monthly council meeting getting underway at 7 p.m. in Halifax Town Hall.

In anticipation of the winter weather event hitting the area this weekend, Halifax Town Manager Carl Espy outlined to residents, businesses, property owners and public agencies how the snow removal efforts are coordinated between the Virginia Department of Transportation, Halifax County and …

The town of Halifax held its annual Christmas open house from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, with a sunny and warm day drawing shoppers to check out holiday bargains, Christmas-themed décor and a pop-up vendor fair throughout storefronts in downtown Halifax. Shoppers at The Peddler’s Market had a ch…

Halifax town staff want residents, businesses and personal property owners to be aware 2018 tax bills for personal property and machine and tool taxes were mailed on Nov. 2.

With council members continuing to voice concerns on the Halifax Town Code involving “Health and Sanitation,” Halifax Town Council tabled the matter until their December meeting when they met Tuesday evening.

Officials with the town of Halifax have notified residents, businesses and personal property owners that 2018 tax bills for personal property and machine and tool taxes were mailed on Friday.

The town of Halifax served as Halloween host to hoards of trick-or-treaters, including a variety of costumed superheroes, ghosts and goblins during the annual trail of treats on Wednesday.

A public hearing has been set for Nov. 13 for proposed amendments to the Halifax Town Code on “health and sanitation” that includes adding sections on “weed and debris” and “running bamboo.”

The town of Halifax serves both as county seat and hub of the legal community, and as renovation of the historic courthouse continues, so do efforts toward the continued revitalization of downtown.

Two derelict properties will be demolished in the town of Halifax within the next 45 days after Halifax Town Council awarded the bid to contractor Roger Slagle at its monthly meeting Tuesday.

As construction continues on the historic courthouse in Halifax, at least one business in Halifax is speaking out about parking issues the renovation project is creating.

The Town of Halifax and the Halifax Police Department have been working with the Virginia Department of Transportation, Halifax County and Blair Construction on improving signage for available off-street parking while maximizing the use of on-street parking downtown and providing motorists w…

John Thackston and Dave Meadows, two of many vendors and businesses at the 2018 grand opening of the Halifax Farmers Market on Saturday, flashed big grins while pointing to mostly empty shelves that earlier in the morning had contained some of the first home-grown tomatoes of the season.

Buy local and eat fresh at the town of Halifax Farmers Market as it celebrates its 2018 season grand opening by hosting a “Taste & Tour of the Market” from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.

With one swift motion, Halifax Town Council adopted its $1,062,772 budget for the upcoming fiscal year when members met in town hall on Wednesday.

No one spoke at a public hearing on the town of Halifax’s upcoming year’s budget when Halifax Town Council met Tuesday evening in Halifax Town Hall.

Halifax Town Council will hold its first reading of the town’s upcoming year’s budget that includes no tax increase and a reduction in revenue sources when it meets at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in town hall for its work session followed by the regular monthly meeting.