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Monthly Archives: May 2009

Obituaries (access required)

Kelly E. Miller Kelly E. Miller, a Chesterfield County attorney and a former member of the county board of supervisors and planning commission, died May 10. He was 73. Mr. Miller was born in Georgia and grew up in North ...

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School board members immune

Members of the Buchanan County School Board are protected from a reporter’s civil rights suit challenging his ban from school property, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled May 14. Reporter Earl Cole was observed on school grounds taking ...

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Grand jury investigating Franklin County sheriff’s office

A special grand jury has been authorized to investigate possible time sheet padding at the Franklin County sheriff’s office. Last week, Virginia State Police launched an investigation focusing on timesheets of the sheriff’s daughter. The judge’s order does not detail ...

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Grand jury investigating Franklin County sheriff’s office

A special grand jury has been authorized to investigate possible time sheet padding at the Franklin County sheriff’s office. Last week, Virginia State Police launched an investigation focusing on timesheets of the sheriff’s daughter. The judge’s order does not detail ...

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Military training facility is scratched

A Shenandoah County landowner has withdrawn his request for permission to build a private military-style training facility in the rural county. This tactical retreat spelled victory for the local grassroots organization fighting against the development. But the Daily News Record reports ...

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Military training facility is scratched

A Shenandoah County landowner has withdrawn his request for permission to build a private military-style training facility in the rural county. This tactical retreat spelled victory for the local grassroots organization fighting against the development. But the Daily News Record reports ...

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Domestic Relations – Daughters Can’t Fly Solo

Where the parties’ daughters, ages 13 and 10, get migraine headaches and the younger one has juvenile epilepsy, a Loudoun County Circuit Court says father must pay for the mother or another adult to accompany the children on airline flights ...

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