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Retailer to pay 4 grand for gasoline price gouging

A gasoline retailer in the New River Valley has agreed to cough up $4,000 to settle a complaint that it engaged in price gouging as Hurricane Ike drove up gas prices last summer. Bucko’s Pantry stores in Radford and Dublin ...

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Retailer to pay 4 grand for gasoline price gouging

A gasoline retailer in the New River Valley has agreed to cough up $4,000 to settle a complaint that it engaged in price gouging as Hurricane Ike drove up gas prices last summer. Bucko’s Pantry stores in Radford and Dublin ...

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Substitute judge to handle stalking charge against court clerk

Danville General District Judge Lee Stilwell has recused himself from hearing the case against Circuit Court Clerk Gerald Gibson. According to the Register & Bee, Stilwell removed himself because Gibson is a constitutional officer, the two work in the same ...

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Substitute judge to handle stalking charge against court clerk

Danville General District Judge Lee Stilwell has recused himself from hearing the case against Circuit Court Clerk Gerald Gibson. According to the Register & Bee, Stilwell removed himself because Gibson is a constitutional officer, the two work in the same ...

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Horton to retire as county attorney

Prince William County Attorney Ross Horton will retire next month after 31 years of service. The Washington Post reports that Horton began his career as the assistant county attorney in 1974. He later left for the private sector but returned ...

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Horton to retire as county attorney

Prince William County Attorney Ross Horton will retire next month after 31 years of service. The Washington Post reports that Horton began his career as the assistant county attorney in 1974. He later left for the private sector but returned ...

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Passengers suffer mild TBI in tractor-trailer collision – $2,500,000 and $1,100,000 Settlements (access required)

Two women were injured in 2004 when the vehicle in which they were passengers was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer. Jane Doe, 55, suffered a late-diagnosed mild traumatic brain injury with seizure disorder, dizziness and balance problems, fatigue and sleep difficulty ...

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Malicious prosecution alleged in dispute over roof damage – $200,000 Verdict (access required)

James Tice entered into a $6,872 contract to paint the exterior of James and Vickie O’Connor’s business building in Northumberland County. Tice was the second of three painters ultimately retained by the defendants. The painting contract was signed on May ...

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