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Bitter on Twitter (access required)

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The Roanoke Times is asking a judge to force former Times sports reporter Andy Bitter to give up his use of a Twitter account. The owner of the paper has sued in Roanoke federal court claiming it is the rightful ...

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Hoppy dreams (access required)

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In Richmond, it seems that with every new month comes another new brewery, bringing with it all sorts of strange and unique hops and sours, saisons and stouts. With each brewery comes the promise of urban renewal, as beer drinkers ...

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Judge allows malicious prosecution claims to advance (access required)

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A Richmond federal judge has allowed malicious prosecution claims against a Virginia commonwealth’s attorney and a state detective to go forward. The decision this month keeps alive the complaint filed by a one-time candidate for Greensville County sheriff who contends ...

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The many reasons not to choose DIY investing (access required)

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By Scott Hansen BridgeTower Media Newswires There is an ever-increasing list of resources for investors seeking advice, including financial advisors or brokers, wealth managers, and estate and financial planners. However, quite a large number of investors feel that self-management of ...

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How does the Virginia judiciary handle sexual harassment? (access required)

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In the wake of the #MeToo movement and sexual harassment accusations in the federal judiciary, the question arises: How common is sexual harassment in the state judiciary, and how are accusations handled when they do occur? Officials of the Judicial ...

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State doctor hit with punitives for treatment denial (access required)

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A patient who claimed he was denied recommended mental health treatment, beaten by another patient and unreasonably restrained at a state hospital won both compensatory and punitive damages against a doctor and a nurse – both state employees – in ...

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