Roanoke's city attorney said Linda Jones' claim “has been taken care of by her insurance company.” Jones' attorney begs to differ.
If you think the answer is Roanoke's self-insured city government, think again.
CAPE MAY — At a May meeting, City Council declined an appeal to allow alcohol consumption in public places. Mayor Clarence “Chuck” Lear wants members to reconsider at the June 3 workshop meeting.
Virginia’s Supreme Court has rejected a petition to prohibit moving Fredericksburg’s controversial slave auction while a lower court’s decision is being appealed.
The Fredericksburg City Council is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to stop it plans to move a controversial slave auction block from downtown, saying the suit overlooks or ignores a key subsection of City Code giving it that authority.
The Fredericksburg Branch of the NAACP is boycotting two businesses seeking to halt removal of the city’s controversial slave auction block. Olde Towne Butcher shop owner Keith Lebor said the boycott “is such an unfortunate turn of events.”
Roanoke residents who sold their homes between July 1 and Dec. 31 might have received a $48 bill from the city of Roanoke that they don't owe. Staffers are trying to figure out how to fix the problem.
CORRECTED at 11:30 A.M. According to a council member, the city attorney does not sit in on employee evaluations.