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  • Gloucester poll: Folks think computers should be off-limits

     
    With four days left to vote in a poll asking whether a judge should allow plaintiffs in a lawsuit access to Gloucester residents' computers, the answer is a resounding, `No.' With 74 cybervotes tallied, 92 percent of those who answered said......
  • Does Richmond judge say it all in defamation case hearing?

     
    At one point during Friday's hearing in Richmond Circuit Court, which attracted six attorneys, three of four plaintiffs -- two of whom brought their spouses -- and even County Attorney Ted Wilmot, not to mention five targets of subpoenas, various spouses,...
  • Be prepared: Expect an update after the hearing in Richmond

     
    A quick note here to say the Team Gloucester blog will be posting insightful insights following today's hearing at 3:30 p.m. in Richmond Circuit Court. The hearing to quash subpoenas issued by four plaintiffs -- Gloucester supervisors Bobby Crewe,...
  • Conspiracy in Gloucester? Garr Johnson begs to differ

     
    The clear victor in Friday's court hearing in Richmond was Garr Johnson, who through his attorney, Kenneth Gibson, successfully quashed a motion from four plaintiffs who sought a copy of his computer hard drive. The four plaintiffs, Gloucester supervisors...
  • County Commission moves ahead with redevelopment plan once backed by Koons

     
    Palm Beach County commissioners on Tuesday agreed to move ahead with a West Palm Beach development project that lost its biggest supporter when scandal forced former commissioner Jeff Koons to resign in August. The commission agreed to start negotiating...
  • Boynton Beach, Lantana volutarily accept county's new ethics rules

     
    Boynton Beach and Lantana this week became the first two cities to voluntarily submit to the oversight of Palm Beach County???s new ethics reform measures. County commissioners on Tuesday approved agreements with Boynton Beach and Lantana to extend the...
  • Woman's death sparks lawsuit against Gloucester surgeon

     
    A $4.35 million wrongful death lawsuit has been filed in Gloucester County Circuit Court against Dr. Melvin W. Ressler, a surgeon who practices at Riverside Walter Reed Hospital. The lawsuit was filed on Oct. 4 by Martha Sue Norville, executor......
  • Man charged with property rental fraud in Florida Keys

     
    John David Williams, 52, of Tavernier Photo: Monroe County Sheriff's Office, courtesy The Monroe County Sheriff???s Office is investigating a man who is accused of defrauding renters of vacation homes in the Florida Keys. So far, a sheriff???s spokeswoman...
  • Former county commissioner Koons going from convict to honoree

     
    Three months after being driven from office by scandal, former Palm Beach County commissioner Jeff Koons on Thursday is scheduled to receive an award for his years of work for the homeless. The Lord???s Place homeless shelter plans to honor......
  • Plaintiffs in Hicks lawsuit won't pay legal bills of subpoena target

     
    A year after voting to use taxpayer money to pay $350,000 of their legal bills, three Gloucester County supervisor and an ex-supervisor are fighting paying for a lawyer to represent one of 12 people issued subpoenas by the four plaintiffs.......
  • Leyritz DUI sentencing at 2 p.m. Thursday

     
    Former New York Yankee Jim Leyritz will learn today whether he'll get jail time for his December 2007 drunk-driving wreck that killed Fredia Veitch, a mother of two who had also been drinking that night. Sentencing is set for 2......