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  • Honoring Stanaway, Hargis and others

     
    Tommy Norment, a Republican state Senator who represents Gloucester, plans to honor a few notable Gloucester citizens who died last year.Norment penned commemorations for Robin Stanaway, Gloucester's former sheriff who died Dec. 26. He asked for a similar cita
  • Law firms fund politicians

     
    The Richmond law firms representing four Gloucester County supervisors have donated more than $65,000 to Gov. Tim Kaine since 1996.That's according to the Virginia Public Access Project, which tracks political spending in Virginia. The philanthropy came...

    The order that just won't be entered

     
    Here's the latest regarding Judge Westbrook Parker's order.After a month or so of haggling over language, attorneys last week signed the document and sent it to Parker on May 29. The judge received the order and, apparently, approves of it;...

    Judge Parker's 'fan' mail

     
    One year to the day after visiting Judge Westbrook J. Parker dug into the wallets of 40 Gloucester citizens, he will be up for reappointment as a circuit court judge. On Dec. 17, 2008, Parker levied sanctions of $2,000 apiece...

    Defamation defined, even in Gloucester: To "speak evil of"

     
    Go back to the night of last Sept. 24, when Teresa Altemus held a town hall meeting at the Abingdon Ruritan Club, and that will give you a pretty good indication of a key source of the subpoena demands to 12 Gloucester residents....