The city will not issue any fines as it comes up with ways to allow Roanoke Avenue merchants to display their wares on sidewalks.
A traffic stop today in Enfield resulted in the arrests of four people on marijuana charges.
Lieutenant Chuck Hasty of the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office said Deputy Matt Brown was on routine patrol when he stopped the vehicle for an equipment violation.
Emporia and Greensville County have the distinction of having the only certified CSX mega site in Virginia. The distinction is an important one for CSX, which in recent years began a program designed to identify suitable locations for industrial development for large manufacturing operations.
There is someone special watching over the residents of Woodland Olney Apartments.
Michael “Mike” Harrington Jr. seems like an ordinary seven year old—bright-eyed, precocious and has ample energy to spare as he buzzes around his yard on his bicycle.
Michael Beitler believes voters are getting the wrong information when they’re told voting for a third party is a wasted vote.
On Saturday Beitler, the Libertarian candidate running against Elaine Marshall and Richard Burr for Burr’s U.S. Senate seat made a stop in Roanoke Rapids with some of his supporters.
The Weldon Police Department and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is investigating the theft of guns used by basic law enforcement training students at Halifax Community College.
The undisclosed amount of guns were stolen from an unnamed location on the college’s campus, Chief Mark Macon said.
The crime most likely occurred sometime between Friday night and Monday and forced entry was used to get the weapons.
Macon said it is too early in the investigation to determine whether a student may have stolen the guns.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the police department at 252-536-3136 or Halifax County Crimestoppers at 252-583-4444.