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The Virginia Code: Making it easier to use and prettier

A self-proclaimed Virginia Code “fan boy,” Waldo Jaquith wants to bring the Code to the masses with his “Virginia Decoded” project. Jaquith, whose five-year-old website “Richmond Sunlight” focuses on the sausage-making at the General Assembly, says he will showcase the ...

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The Virginia Code: Making it easier to use and prettier

A self-proclaimed Virginia Code “fan boy,” Waldo Jaquith wants to bring the Code to the masses with his “Virginia Decoded” project. Jaquith, whose five-year-old website “Richmond Sunlight” focuses on the sausage-making at the General Assembly, says he will showcase the ...

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EEOC files suit against bakery over language (access required)

A family-owned bakery in Richmond faces a federal lawsuit alleging black employees were subject to racially offensive language. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed the lawsuit last Wednesday against Weiman’s Bakery Inc. in U.S. District Court. The complaint alleges ...

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Richard F. Hall Jr. (access required)

Richard Fuller “Dick” Hall Jr., an Accomac lawyer and businessman, passed away at Weatherlea, his home on Onancock Creek, Sunday, Sept. 25. He was 86 years old. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Hall was educated in Brooklyn Public Schools, ...

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