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Kim Gentil sorted through a basket of Christmas neckties and declared flatly, “These are pretty ... ” paused, and finished her statement: “ugly.”
Earlier this month, without comment or explanation, the Virginia Supreme Court declined to adopt changes recommended by a committee of judges, prosecutors, defense lawyers and others after an 11-month study of pretrial disclosure rules in criminal cases.
If you had a hammer, and you hammered in the morning and evening, you would need a long time to catch up with Trey Bearden and his mission of a better and more just community through tools.
Myles Brown, a senior at St. Christopher’s School, claimed this year’s $10,000 scholarship based on his high school achievements.
The former Cokesbury bookstore building at 417 E. Grace St. could become Pop’s Market on Grace by the end of August.
We’re barely past Halloween but Melodie Walenius is already seeing sugarplums and peppermint sticks.
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