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Harold Lawson, 69, visited Culpeper on Saturday to take possession of the messages he wrote his mother as a machinist on the U.S.S. Saratoga during the Vietnam War
Joanne Boyle, who took Virginia to the NCAA Tournament this year for the first time in her seven-year tenure, announced her retirement Tuesday, citing a family matter.
Grocery giant Kroger does not have the right to preclude others from using generic terms in connection with any good or service, attorneys for grocery chain Lidl US wrote in response to Kroger’s lawsuit claiming Lidl copied its logo for its premium store brands.