It’s every legislator’s favorite time of year. And no, we’re not talking about the start of the General Assembly session. We’re talking about stew. Brunswick stew, that is. Every fourth Wednesday in January, a.k.a. “Brunswick Stew Day,” legislators flock to ...Read More »
Whether 2019 was the best year of your life, or you couldn’t wait for it to be over, there’s a sense of having a fresh start on Jan. 1 that we all hold onto. The new year is a time ...Read More »
The past year was a good year for animal welfare advocates at the General Assembly. “Overall, [last year’s] General Assembly brought significant victories for Virginia’s dogs and cats,” said Matthew Gray of the Virginia Humane Society. Legislators mandated that pets ...
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A Chesterfield jury has awarded $500,000 plus interest of approximately $104,000 to a 17-year-old driver in a personal injury case resulting from a motor vehicle crash. The crash occurred on May 25, 2016, two weeks before plaintiff’s high school graduation. ...
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A new organization intended to address mental health concerns for physicians could be available as early as March. The Professional Well-Being Program is under development by the Medical Society of Virginia and the Virginia Board of Medicine. Similarly to the ...Read More »