Longtime District Court Judge Randy Hill Secures Re-Election in Clark County

Arkadelphia, Arkansas – Longtime District Court Judge Randy Hill has secured another four-year term after defeating his challenger, deputy prosecutor Greg Vardaman, in the recent election. The final vote count was 2,095-1,068 in favor of Hill. With 66% of the 3,163 votes cast, Hill emerged victorious and expressed gratitude to the citizens of Clark County for their ongoing support. He reiterated his commitment to serving as district judge. Hill, who hadn’t campaigned for the bench since the 1990s, admitted that it was his first personal experience in a campaign, making it an interesting and challenging … Read more

Musician and Novelist Richard Tuttle Brings Legal Expertise to Chestnut Hill Local Board

Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia – Richard Tuttle, a former lawyer and multi-talented musician and novelist, has taken on a new role as a board member for the Chestnut Hill Local. Tuttle, who has practiced law for 41 years, joined the board after becoming a member of the Chestnut Hill Community Association. His decision to join the board was motivated by his affinity for the Local, which was named the best weekly paper in Philadelphia by Philadelphia Magazine when Tuttle moved to Chestnut Hill in 1979. With a background in journalism law, Tuttle felt that he could … Read more

Former Church Hill Middle School Student’s Racial Bullying Lawsuit Settled in Groundbreaking Case

HAWKINS COUNTY, Tenn. – A lawsuit alleging racial bullying at Church Hill Middle School has been settled after school officials were accused of ignoring the issue. The settlement was approved by a U.S. District Court in Greeneville. The lawsuit was filed by the mother of a former student, who claimed that her child had been verbally and physically assaulted at the school by peers due to his race. The alleged incidents occurred in 2021, when the student was in eighth grade. According to court documents, the settlement includes a payment of $110,000 from the school … Read more

Forest Hill Cycling Shop Abruptly Closes, Customers Left Stranded and Lawsuit Looms

RICHMOND, Va. – A popular cycling shop in Forest Hill, Coqui Cyclery, has abruptly closed its doors, leaving customers in the dark about the status of their bikes and orders. The store, located at 3416 Semmes Ave, has been unresponsive to customer inquiries and has ceased all communication. Adding to the complications, the bike shop is facing a lawsuit from Giant Bicycles USA, a California-based bike-maker, alleging unpaid goods totaling nearly $150,000. The future of Coqui Cyclery remains uncertain, as it is unclear if the store will reopen. Customers have taken to social media platforms … Read more