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Happy Halloween in Town of Halifax

South Boston News
The streets of Halifax and the Farmer’s Market were packed with youngsters celebrating Halloween on Saturday night. With a few pirates, princesses and a pony rider thrown in, town officials said the event was a big success. (Denise Barksdale photos)

Halifax rejects bids for board landing upgrade

Ramey to step down as Town of Halifax events coordinator

Halifax sets process for filling Council vacancy

Vacancy opens on Halifax Council as Duffey departs

Halifax recognized for Banister Gateway

South Boston News
Representatives of the Town of Halifax were in Richmond on Tuesday, Oct. 6 to receive the Virginia Municipal League’s President’s Award, presented to the town for its Banister River Gateway Project. The Gateway, which opened in 2014, includes a scenic wayside overlooking the river, complete with parking, landscaping, decorative lighting, stone walkways and a kayak/canoe launch. Accepting the award were Vice Mayor Dennis Witt, Assistant Town Manager Denise Barksdale, Town Manager Carl Espy and interim Mayor Kristy Johnson from Ron Rondan, VML president and mayor of Blacksburg.

Paddlers arrive from near and far to float the Banister

South Boston News

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