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Prosecutor’s administrative assistant is honored

Jane Hawker has worked for for Danville Commonwealth’s Attorney Bill Fuller for almost 40 years. She plans to retire at the end of the year when Fuller leaves office, and The Register & Bee describes her efforts as Fuller’s administrative ...

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Prosecutor’s administrative assistant is honored

Jane Hawker has worked for for Danville Commonwealth’s Attorney Bill Fuller for almost 40 years. She plans to retire at the end of the year when Fuller leaves office, and The Register & Bee describes her efforts as Fuller’s administrative ...

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Chesterfield man targets sign violations

When the representative of a sign company told a Chesterfield County committee responsible for regulating signs that there were no complaints about electronic message boards and other displays, Bob Olsen thought, “You want complaints, I’ll give you complaints.” The Chesterfield ...

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Chesterfield man targets sign violations

When the representative of a sign company told a Chesterfield County committee responsible for regulating signs that there were no complaints about electronic message boards and other displays, Bob Olsen thought, “You want complaints, I’ll give you complaints.” The Chesterfield ...

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Virginia man gets prison for catfish scheme

Two Virginia fish merchants have been sentenced for their roles in a plot where they passed off 10 million pounds of foreign catfish as flounder and other types of fish. The Associated Press reports that Peter Xuong Lam, president of ...

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Rose named interim county attorney in Goochland

Goochland County leaders yesterday accepted the resignation of county attorney Andrew McRoberts and chose Barbara Rose as an interim replacement. McRoberts declined to comment on the specific circumstances of his departure except to say that it was a mutual decision, ...

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Greenbrier bankruptcy case is dismissed

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Huennekens agreed to dismiss the case involving The Greenbrier resort, leaving it to new owner Jim Justice to steer the hotel out of debt. According to the Charleston Gazette, Justice vowed to pay the resort’s creditors ...

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