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  • Thursday January 14th, 2016
    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) – A young woman at the center of a debunked article in Rolling Stone magazine about a campus gang rape at the University of Virginia has been ordered to turn over documents. A federal judge in Charlottesville made the ruling Tuesday as part of a defamation lawsuit filed by a top U.Va. administrator. Nicole Eramo’s lawsuit said she was cast as the “chief ...
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  • Thursday January 14th, 2016
    By ALAN SUDERMANAssociated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is asking state lawmakers to avoid partisan squabbles and expand Medicaid during the 2016 legislative session. The Democratic governor touted his accomplishments and outlined his goals in his State of the Commonwealth speech before the GOP-controlled General Assembly, kicking off its 2016 legislative session. McAuliffe is entering his third year in office, which is typically when ...
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  • Thursday January 14th, 2016
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A federal judge is expected to rule on a petition by Donald Trump supporters to block the use of a party affiliation statement in Virginia’s Republican presidential primary. U.S. District Judge Hannah Lauck conducted a hearing on the matter Wednesday. She said she would issue an order Thursday. Three black pastors are suing the Virginia State Board of Elections and the state GOP, ...
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  • Wednesday January 13th, 2016
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A judge will hear arguments on a bid by Donald Trump supporters to immediately block the use of a party affiliation statement in Virginia’s Republican primary. The hearing on a motion for a preliminary injunction is set for Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Richmond. GOP leaders last month persuaded the Virginia State Board of Elections to require voters in the March 1 ...
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  • Wednesday January 13th, 2016
    The Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce Executive Board is pleased to announce the selection of Kilmarnock Deputy Town Manager Susan Cockrell as their Chamber Volunteer of the Year. Executive Director Anne Paparella said, “Susan was a natural choice, with her hard work and genuine interest in the chamber. She brings so much to our community and is such a tireless volunteer for the ...
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  • Wednesday January 13th, 2016
    The Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce announces the selection of Benjamin H. B. Hubbard III as their business person of the year. Known in the community as B. H., he was nominated by his business peers with overwhelming support.  Chamber Executive Director Anne Paparella said the nominations for B.H. spoke highly of his business leadership attributes as well as the countless hours and ...
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  • Tuesday January 12th, 2016
    VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) – A little fish is expected to cause a big debate among Virginia lawmakers this session. A dozen lawmakers representing the Chesapeake Bay region have signed onto bills in the General Assembly this year that would change the way the way the state manages menhaden, a fish used to make fish meal, fish oil and other products. Del. Barry Knight, a Republican from ...
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