Saturday, July 19, 2014
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine
Friday U.S. Senator Tim Kaine hit Roanoke early with five stops on his calendar. His fourth stop that evening was at a reception at the Harrison Museum of African American Culture in Center in the Square. At one point Kaine when talking about how he became aware of his own segregated life and paused as his emotions got the better of him.
Kaine praised Charles Price, Executive Director of the Harrison Museum. “Cultural institutions have been especially challenging in recent years … it’s a heavy burden – a labor of love” that has dedicated people taking on the challenge.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine with Cabell Brand
Kaine talked about reading a b
Roanoke County police arrested Dr. Stephen Rosenoff, 68, the owner of the 202 Market restaurant on charges he abducted and sexually assaulted a 48 year-old woman in December 2012. He faced aggravated sexual battery and abduction charges.
202 Market has had it troubles. River Laker’s striptease brought ABC troubles and a lawsuit accusing copyright infringement on songs performed by bands.
Press Release: Today, Dr. Stephen Rosenoff appeared in the Roanoke County General District Court to answer charges previously filed against him. Dr. Stephen Rosenoff, owner of 202 Market restaurant, today released the following statement through his attorneys, Aaron Houchens, of Woods Rogers, PLC and Anthony (Tony) Anderson, of Anderson & Friedman:
“I am pleased that this case has been resolved and all charges against me have been dismissed. I am so grateful for all the encouragement and support that I have received from my family, friends and former patients during this troubling experience. I look forward to putting this matter behind me so I can continue to operate one of the Roanoke Valley’s most beloved restaurants.”
Dr. Rosenoff said he will make no further comments regarding the case.