Proposed changes to sewer use regulations and the fire department’s annual report are on the agenda for the South Boston Town Council work session joint committee meeting.
Fun children’s activities, free trees and other giveaways, and a variety of vendor offerings greeted visitors at Saturday morning’s “Earth Day, Every Day” celebration at the Downtown South Boston Farmers’ Market.
An event at the Downtown South Boston Farmers’ Market this weekend will make folks want to celebrate “Earth Day, Every Day.” The event is set for 8 a.m. until noon Saturday at the market at 300 Broad St.
South Boston Town Council is slated to get its first look at a proposed budget for fiscal year 2021-2022 at its Monday evening business meeting. The meeting is set for 7 p.m. at the Washington Coleman Community Center at 1927 Jeffress Blvd.
Put on your running shoes and head out to the Downtown South Boston Farmers’ Market Saturday morning for a 5K run/ walk. The “Sprint to Spring Market 5K” is open to community members of all ages.
South Boston Town Council decided to leave the residency requirement for the town manager up to the discretion of town council and get rid of the residency requirement for the town’s other managers including the police chief and fire chief when they met Monday evening.
South Boston Town Council is slated to honor retired police Capt. Dennis Barker with a resolution at its March business meeting, set for Monday at 7 p.m. at the Washington Coleman Community Center.
A requirement for the town of South Boston’s upper managers to live within the town limits was a topic of discussion at South Boston Town Council’s work session/ joint committee Monday evening at the Washington Coleman Community Center.
Halifax County Dixie Youth baseball presented an improvement plan for the Day Complex to South Boston Town Council at council’s Monday evening work session/ joint committee meeting at the Washington Coleman Community Center.
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.
A new early childhood literacy offering is coming to the Halifax County-South Boston Public Library System this spring, and a new information technology class for community members at the SOVA Innovation Hub is in the works.
South Boston Mayor Ed Owens has been named chairman of the Virginia Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission after serving on the commission for the past 16 years.
The Halifax County-South Boston Public Library is asking for funding from the town of South Boston for the next fiscal year to give its employees a raise.
South Boston Town Council honored retired police chief Jim Binner and retired police Sgt. Tim VanAernem with a pair of resolutions at its Monday evening meeting.
A pair of resolutions honoring recently retired South Boston Police Chief James “Jim” Binner and recently retired veteran police department member Sgt. Tim VanAernem are on the agenda for Monday’s South Boston Town Council meeting.
South Boston Police Department Capt. Dennis W. Barker is transitioning from working with the police department to working with the town as the new assistant town manager.
South Boston Town Council at its Monday evening meeting voted to amend the budget for 2020-2021, accept bids for the purchase of town-owned property, and give a $200 end-of-year bonus to all full-time town employees.
With unanticipated funds, the town of South Boston’s finances is slated to be a primary topic of conversation at town council’s work session and joint committee meeting at 5:45 p.m. Monday at the Washington Coleman Community Center at 1927 Jeffress Blvd.
Come start the holiday season with South Boston merchants opening their doors for holiday shopping during the 34th annual Downtown South Boston Christmas Open House on Sunday. Gladys the Cow will even make a visit.
South Boston Town Council approved a strategic plan for the town at its Monday evening meeting. The strategic plan outlines the top five priorities identified by council members, in addition to other “areas of opportunity.”
A ribbon cutting ceremony for the new addition to the South Boston Fire Station will precede Monday evening’s South Boston Town Council meeting.