File1, 2, & 3 for jpeck:


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File1:

"Blackshear indicated in his message that he is still considering a return
to VT. New head coach Mike Young has met with his parents in Florida, and
Blackshear's father told Mark Berman of The Roanoke Times that VT is still
'at the top of the list.'

Not including players in the transfer portal, but including the one
remaining recruit in the 2019 class, VT's current 2019 scholarship roster
looks like this... F PJ Horne, G Isaiah Wilkins, G Jonathan Kabongo,
F Emanuel Miller.

It's still possible that Blackshear, junior guard Wabissa Bede, and
redshirt freshman guard/forward Landers Nolley could still return to the
team. It's also possible that Emanuel Miller could request to be released
from his letter-of-intent. He is a Canadian player, and he was recruited
by former assistant coach and fellow Canadian Jamie McNeilly, who has
since joined Buzz Williams at Texas A&M."

File2:

"As a Richmond architecture firm keeps up its legal fight against the
developer behind a delayed hotel rehab in Petersburg, a second lawsuit
likewise alleging nonpayment on the project has been hiled by another area
business.

E-Com LLC, a Midlothian-based engineering consulting firm, filed suit last
month against C.A. Harrison Cos. and other parties involved in the planned
redevelopment of the former Ramada Inn along Interstate 95, alleging it is
owed the bulk of a $450,000 contract for interior demolition and asbestos
remediation.

The suit, filed March 20 in Petersburg Circuit Court, seeks a judgement of
more than $1 million, further alleging that company principal Chris
Harrison and other conspired in a scheme to defraud state agencies that
awarded the project grant funds and to damage E-Com's reputation while
benefiting from its work."

File3:

"President Emmanuel Macron pledged on Tuesday that France would rebuild
the fire-devastated Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, saying he hoped the
work would be done in five years and the French people would pull together
to repair their national symbol.

Macron devoted a brief prime-time televised address to Monday's
catastrophic blasze in the heart of the capital, again postponing planned
remarks on his response to months of anti-government protests.

'It is up to us to convert this disaster into an opportunity to come
together, having deeply reflected on what we have been and what we have to
be and become better than we are. It is up to us to find the thread of our
national project.'"

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