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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

Teen hospitalized in HCHS brawl

South Boston Police were called to Halifax County High School on Friday morning around 8:20 a.m. after the school’s Resource Officer, E.M. Cawthon, reported that a juvenile male had been assaulted in a fight that broke out in the front traffic circle drop-off area.

Santa Claus, Bolling bring 150 jobs Thursday

Check our website, http://www.sovanow.com, Thursday for up-to-the-minute coverage of Halifax County’s 150-job industry announcement — just in time for Christmas.

Halifax County Service Authority approves rate increase

New water and sewer rates will go into effect on Jan. 1, after members of the Halifax County Service Authority approved the changes Thursday night after a public hearing at which no one turned up to comment on the new rates.

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