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BREAKING: SWEET BRIAR TO REMAIN OPEN

Amherst County Attorney Ellen Bowyer, Sweet Briar College, faculty and staff members and Saving Sweet Briar, Inc. have reached a settlement agreement for the college to remain open, in which… 121 more words

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Campbell, et al. v. Sweet Briar College, et al. (student suit)

Sweet Briar College has appealed to the Supreme Court of Virginia on May 21st to overturn the six-month injunction barring it from selling or getting rid of the college’s assets. 155 more words

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Six rapes reported in nine days in Chesterfield

CHESTERFIELD, Va. — As Attorney General Mark Herring spoke at a conference in Chester aimed at reducing sexual violence, a growing number of rape cases have been reported in Chesterfield County. 286 more words

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The link between animal abuse and domestic violence

SHORT PUMP, Va. — More than 100 victim advocates, police officers, and animal control professionals packed a hotel conference room near Short Pump to explore the link between domestic violence and animal abuse.  332 more words

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Sweet Briar Headlines, May 11

Entreprenurial leadership could save Sweet Briar The Roanoke Times (Opinion) – “Sweet Briar produces many accomplished women like Wyatt and JoAnn Kramer. If the career outcomes of graduates mattered, these stories would be on the website. 190 more words

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In reversal, Virginia AG says localities may ban fracking

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring issued an official advisory opinion on May 5 holding that Virginia localities have the right to prohibit hydraulic fracturing (or “fracking”) as part of their power to regulate land use within their boundaries. 405 more words

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