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More charges contemplated in fatal Vernon Hill crash

As the investigation continues into the Aug. 20 traffic crash that claimed the life of 9-year-old Julian Adam Suttle, Virginia State Police and the Halifax County Commonwealth's Attorney are currently…

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With child’s death, many questions still unresolved

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Julian Adam Suttle, 9, who died Wednesday following a single-vehicle wreck in the Vernon Hill area. The driver of the vehicle, Melissa Rhodes, 28, is in jail in Botetourt County for violating the terms of her probation after being convicted there of a first offense DUI charge in June. Authorities say Rhodes could face additional charges in the crash that claimed Suttle’s life. She has been charged with DUI and felony child neglect. Above, left, a memorial to the child at the Vernon Hill crash scene.
More charges weighed for driver in fatal crash, who has been jailed after prior DUI charge

Local opponents cheer ‘skirmish won’ as governor asks uranium vote delay

Halifax County uranium foes have largely cheered Gov. Bob McDonnell’s request that the General Assembly take no action this session to lift the ban on uranium mining that has been in place for about 30 years. They describe it as a skirmish victory in a long-haul war.

Car ends up in woods in chain reaction

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A South Boston woman’s car landed down in the woods on Vaughan Street last week after she hit a parked vintage BWM and knocked it into a parked minivan. The driver was not injured.
A South Boston woman was charged with driver inattention after she struck a car parked on Vaughan Street, bumping it into a second parked vehicle.

Whole lotta dough

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Members of the Ladies Auxiliary on Saturday night presented the North Halifax Volunteer Fire Department with a check for $28,000 to help defray expenses of the department. Auxiliary members raised the money with food sales and activities at the annual Marathon held in September, as well as through their annual Turkey Luncheon and the Vera Bradley bingo event. Other fundraising activities included the sale of Christmas trees lights in memory of others, as well as the sale of calendars and knives throughout the year. Here, Auxiliary treasurer Tracey Tribble presents the ceremonial check to Jon Hall, department president. (SOMcL photo)

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