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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


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


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


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


Sweet Briar Headlines, May 8

Inside Philanthropy: Revealed in the Sweet Briar Mess: Basic Truths About Nonprofits and Restricted Gifts “The Sweet Briar board has not yet begun the formal process of repurposing gifts, although numerous donors have come forward questioning the spending of funds they have given to the college. 251 more words


Use the '24-hour' rule to help prevent your mother from getting scammed

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va – At the Chesterfield County Triad’s 16th annual Senior Day, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring spoke to a crowd of senior citizens about why scammers tend to target the elderly and how to protect themselves from becoming a victim.   173 more words