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Former Newsoms Police Chief Jeffrey McKenney filed a lawsuit in the Southampton County Circuit Court on Thursday afternoon. He is suing former Mayor Kenneth Cooke, Vice Mayor Harvey Porter and the Town of Newsoms in the amount of $1.329 million for defamation, three counts of tortuous interference with a contractual relationship and lost wages. The […]

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The Franklin Business Incubator was host to a real estate event discussing TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure event. This event was to inform REALTORS of closing rules and regulations. Bankers Title, Farmers Bank and the attorneys or Randall | Page P.C. were there to provide sound advice while ensuring all regulations are met. Randall | Page P.C.’s […]

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Location – Waverly, VA The witness stated he had nothing to do with the crime. Former Hopewell High School Blue Devil standout Tabyus Taylor was jailed for armed robbery charges later dropped. He was then arrested again and charged with armed robbery, use of a firearm in commission of a felony and malicious shooting, also dismissed. […]

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Congratulations to Suffolk Partner Andrew Page (Drew), who was voted as one of Coastal Virginia Magazines Top Lawyers for 2015. The rating was based on the AVVO Powered Top Lawyers List. AVVO is a lawyer referral website that rates lawyers on numerous criteria such as industry recognition, professional conduct, and experience. Drew is rated 9.3 […]

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The first step in creating a great economy is believing it is possible. That was the message from Zack Miller, entrepreneur and founder of Hatch, a company that accelerates companies to growth. Zack also hosts Hampton Roads Business Weekly on ABC-13. Zack spoke at The Village at Woods Edge on Wednesday night, hosted by FUEL. […]

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On July 16, 2015, the Virginian-Pilot reported that there has been an increase in potential elder abuse related to nursing home use of the drug Coumadin. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Coumadin is a “prescription medicine used to treat blood clots and to lower the chance of blood clots forming in your […]

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The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is coming through Western Tidewater. That much was made clear at the meeting held at the Golden Leaf Commons in Emporia, Virginia. The meeting included several tables lined up according to city impact. There was a table for Southampton, Suffolk, and Greensville County. On each table was a map with the […]

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Suffolk Partner Andrew Page had the opportunity to attend “From Hate to Healing: A Suffolk Prayer Vigil for Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church” at the Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church in Suffolk, Virginia. The event was coordinated by Revered T.F. Irby, Reverend Derrell Wade, and Bishop Carlton R. Upton, Sr. The purpose of the event was […]

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The Suffolk News-Herald reported today that there is a meeting set for Wednesday at 5:00 to 7:30 pm in the Golden Leaf Commons, 1300 Greensville County Circle, in Emporia to discuss an alternative route through Suffolk for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. The natural gas pipeline is set to run from West Virginia to North Carolina, […]

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The General Assembly passed several new laws that became effective today. The Virginian-Pilot reported on these new laws on the front page news section. Here are some of the highlights: 1. Employment law Employers may not ask employees for their social media user names and/or passwords. Employers must notify the Virginia Department of Labor of […]