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Inmates Have Claim for Faulty Health Care (access required)

Plaintiff prisoners at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women have sufficiently alleged defendant correctional officials exhibited deliberate indifference to their serious medical needs, in the care offered by the contract health care provider, and the Charlottesville U.S. District Court denies defendants’ ...

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Oliver Hill home gets new lease on life

SALEM – The renovated childhood home of famed civil rights pioneer Oliver Hill will be active once again with a new plan for mentoring and tutoring of Roanoke school students. Big Brothers Big Sisters is partnering with the Roanoke City ...

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