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  • Friday February 10th, 2017
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Former Del. Joseph Morrissey’s law firm is suing former Gov. Douglas Wilder and his National Slavery Museum, alleging they didn’t pay $130,000 in legal fees. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports (http://bit.ly/2k7ZFcK ) that the suit seeking $1.45 million was filed last week in Richmond Circuit Court. The suit stems from Morrissey’s representation of Wilder and the museum in a tax dispute with Fredericksburg. It ...
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  • Friday February 10th, 2017
    By JESSICA GRESKO Associated PressLawyers for the state of Virginia are challenging President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, arguing in federal court that its seven-nation travel ban violates the Constitution and is the result of “animus toward Muslims.” Michael Kelly, spokesman for Virginia’s Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring, said Friday’s hearing in federal court in a Washington suburb poses the most significant state challenge yet. He says ...
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  • Thursday February 09th, 2017
    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) – Two Republican candidates for Virginia governor have released statements opposing Charlottesville City Council’s decision to remove the Robert E. Lee statue from downtown. Media outlets report that Denver Riggleman and Corey Stewart released statements Wednesday chastising the council’s decision, saying they would act to prevent initiatives that they think are an attack on Virginia heritage. Stewart, who is chair of the Prince William ...
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  • Thursday February 09th, 2017
    By TAMI ABDOLLAH Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) – The Associated Press has learned that another nonprofit organization is rejecting federal grant money to fight against violent extremism under President Donald Trump’s administration. The Obama administration in its final days offered nearly $400,000 to Unity Productions Foundation in Potomac Falls, Virginia. The money was to produce educational films challenging the narrative about Islam and extremism. In a recent message to ...
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  • Thursday February 09th, 2017
    The Virginia Marine Resource Commission is moving forward in a criminal case against a local waterman who they say crossed an oyster sanctuary with dredging equipment in November, while he was on his way home from volunteering to help promote the industry. Jonathan Somers is charged with a felony after he brought his boat home from the Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce’s Taste ...
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  • Wednesday February 08th, 2017
    The Engineering program of the Northern Neck Technical Center Governor’s STEM Academy won a $10,000 Verizon grant recently, to support program purchases. Faculty members worked with the Verizon foundation to structure a grant proposal that would cater to project based learning initiatives. The Engineering program was started in 2013 and includes courses such as Introduction to Engineering, Principles of Engineering, Robotics, Civil Engineering, and Engineering ...
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  • Wednesday February 08th, 2017
    In Lancaster County Circuit Court, some recent cases include that of James Veney of Hampton, who did not appear in court for probation violation on a felony conviction because he was not served. His case was continued to April 28. Centrix Palmer of Lancaster did not appear in court for probation violation on two felony convictions due to a conflict with his employment. A motion ...
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