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Halifax County school board meets tonight

Innovation Hub, Longwood net $449,000

GO Virginia grant backs entrepreneurial program

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Son’s death brings manslaughter verdict

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Tonja Lashay Sydnor, appearing in court dressed in an orange jail jumpsuit, with her defense counsel, Richmond attorney Jason Anthony. (Liza Fulton photo)
Cluster Springs mother faces up to 10 years in prison for role in brutal beating of 5-year-old Christian Sydnor in May 2019

Hardball by Mother Nature

South Boston News
A fast-moving spring storm dumped a massive amount of hail over parts of Halifax County on Friday, dinging up vehicles and causing other damages before the downpour moved on. The hailstorm swept through Sutherlin, Elmo, Turbeville, Alton, Virgilina and Dryburg before continuing into the southern portion of Mecklenburg County and northern North Carolina. Stephanie Ramsey Ferrugia of Alton holds in her hand some of the ping-pong sized hail that landed in her yard on Friday afternoon. The National Weather Service declared a tornado warning as the storm swept through late in the afternoon and early evening on Friday, but the NWS Blacksburg office has not reported any tornadoes in the area. Hail was reported over a swath of territory running from Dublin in southwest Virginia to nearby Rocky Mount in eastern North Carolina.

Emergency services chief departs after two years on job

With insanity plea, woman acquitted in crash

South Boston prepares final 2040 Comprehensive Plan

Setting forth goals, vision for challenging future for town

Halifax County school board meets tonight

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