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HCLT brings proof Santa does exist

Library plans kick-off of annual fund drive

Higher ed foundation wins grant for IT Academy upgrade


Irby, Day qualify for state golf open




$2.7 mil eyed for fiber network in countryside

Mecklenburg Electric seeks tobacco grant for high-speed service to 3,100 homes in service area, Halifax included


South Boston News
Downtown South Boston will be hosting a Trail of Treats on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Here are some of the witches who will be helping youngsters with the scavenger hunt. Kids can read a map of the businesses along Main Street and North Main Street to find out where treats and prizes are located.
Halifax Fall Fest, Oktoberfest arrive Saturday

Community meetings set to discuss solar

Developer to share plans for Cluster Springs, Nathalie-area solar arrays

Brandon runs for Board seat; write-in voting complicates bid

South Boston News

Purple ribbons signify effort to stop domestic violence

Tri-County CAA, law enforcement team up to draw attention to problem of abuse

HCLT brings proof Santa does exist

South Boston News
The holiday classic “The Miracle on 34th Street, the Play” hits the stage in just one month, and these young people are hard at work filling roles as elves, shoppers, children, and holiday carolers. From left, first row,McKayla Moxcey, Luke McKinney, Leah Griffin, Emma McKinney, and Nathan Covington. Second row, Kynnedy Riley, Rilee Daniels, Paige Shelton, Jayda Younger, Halle Beadles, Caraline Spell, and Jared Smith. Not pictured are Mark Betts, Molly Nunn, and Ma’Kiya Palmer. The shows opens Nov. 16 for two weekends of Kris Kringle and holiday fun.

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