Hookah lounges – where customers use water pipes to smoke flavored tobacco – could face extinction with Virginia’s new smoking ban, owners tell the Loudoun Times-Mirror. The smoking dens, operated out of restaurants, apparently are popular with students and Middle ...Read More »
Harold W. Burgess Jr., a juvenile and domestic relations district court judge in Chesterfield County and Colonial Heights, appears to have the inside track on the circuit court vacancy created by the elevation of Judge Cleo E. Powell to the ...Read More »
I was watching a “local” news program this morning (the one with all those “local” stories from Somalia, California, Texas, Florida, Illinois etc.). When this station wants to report something from around Richmond, they’ve been known to pick up the morning’s Times-Dispatch ...Read More »
Today is “Lawyer Professionalism Day” and, not coincidentally, the 266th birthday of the state’s most famous lawyer, Thomas Jefferson. The Virginia Bar Association’s Commission on Professionalism is rolling out its “Principles of Professionalism” by providing electronic copies of the principles ...
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The Supreme Court of Virginia has rejected an appeal by a Christiansburg developer who was shut out in his lawsuit against a critical blogger. The blogger had mocked the appearance of construction materials stored on developer Roger Woody’s property. Woody ...Read More »
File this one in the “Headlines I’m Really Glad I Didn’t Write” drawer. One of Jay Leno’s more amusing and longstanding features on “The Tonight Show” is his skewering of bad headline writing. A few weeks back, Leno nailed a ...Read More »
Henrico County Circuit Judge Burnett Miller III allowed a $100,000 bond for former funeral director Kiplin Jordan, who is accused of looting his customers’ accounts. More from the Richmond Times-Dispatch.Read More »