Friday, July 11, 2014
My Account  | Login
Nashua;76.0;http://forecast.weather.gov/images/wtf/small/sct.png;2014-07-11 13:36:41

Topic: Stanley Paving

Stanley Paving

Paving companies associated with a large family by the name of Stanley have long operated in southern New Hampshire and in other parts of the country - and for just as long, some of those companies have faced allegations of being scam artists, over-charging for low-quality asphalt. A Telegraph special report in early 2010 highlighted the complicated dealings of this family and its businesses , but the stories haven't stopped there.

Stanleys at it again in Ohio

NASHUA – Although he is prohibited from paving so much as a pothole in New Hampshire, it didn’t take long for Cornelius V. Stanley to … Full story    
Published:  September 23, 2010

Justice system aims to deter

NASHUA – The New Hampshire prosecution of three members of the Stanley family for a string of shady business practices drew to a close last … Full story    
Published:  September 5, 2010

Father, son plead guilty in swindle

NASHUA – Almost as fast as they spread asphalt, two members of the Stanley family pleaded guilty this week to swindling an auto shop in … Full story    
Published:  August 21, 2010

Paver pleads guilty

NASHUA – Thomas Stanley will have to search for employment other than in the family business of driveway paving. One of three family members accused … Full story    
Published:  August 18, 2010

Stanley patriarch jailed

NASHUA – The night before a scheduled court arraignment for his role in a paving scam, the patriarch of the Stanley family violated his parole … Full story    
Published:  June 19, 2010

Man pleads guilty in paving scams

NASHUA – The road to prison for Joseph Stanley is paved with bad intentions and low-grade asphalt. Prosecutors believed as much, and on Thursday, Stanley … Full story    
Published:  June 18, 2010

Listings of businesses attached to the Stanley name

The following listings were compiled based on information gathered from the Better Business Bureau, New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office, New Hampshire Secretary of State’s office, … Full story    
Published:  February 26, 2010

Black Dawg sees success

The shady dealings of some local paving companies have given the asphalt business a bad name in southern New Hampshire, but one local businessman saw … Full story    
Published:  February 26, 2010

Don’t become a victim

The problem with a good paving job is that it lasts so long, there is little hope of getting repeat business from satisfied customers, said … Full story    
Published:  February 26, 2010

Stan’s Paving making good name

HUDSON – Stan’s Paving owner George W. Stanley got into the business through his father, the late Cornelius Stanley, and established his own company in … Full story    
Published:  February 26, 2010

A family beset by tragedy

The past five years have been profoundly tragic for the Stanleys, with several family members killed in motor vehicle accidents across southern New Hampshire. Most … Full story    
Published:  February 25, 2010

Fellow travelers

Cornelius V. “Neil” Stanley of Nashua and his family claim the ancient ancestry of Gypsies as their own, according to court records and sources who … Full story    
Published:  February 25, 2010

Sign of The Times? Paving firm gets ‘F’

Brothers David and Dennis Stanley run a curious combination. The headquarters of their paving business, Driveways Corp., 19 Industrial Road, Uxbridge, Mass., is also home … Full story    
Published:  February 24, 2010

Stanleys don’t always go by family name

Not all Stanley pavers use the family name. Take Gerald S. Gill Jr. and Sr. The “S” is for Stanley, and the Gills are related … Full story    
Published:  February 24, 2010

Stanley business in Vt. settled with 55, got fine

MONTPELIER, Vt. – In 2007, the Vermont attorney general’s office charged Levi Stanley, a St. Albans, Vt., paver, with fraud, the Burlington Free Press reported. … Full story    
Published:  February 24, 2010

Man linked to Stanleys faces trouble in Nevada

In 2006, the Nevada State Contractors Board cited Samuel Valentine Stewart for violations stemming from an alleged paving scam in Las Vegas. Doing business as … Full story    
Published:  February 24, 2010

Scams outside NH lead back to Granite State

A Connecticut paver with ties to New Hampshire faces felony fraud charges in six California counties and a robbery case in Pennsylvania. George J. Stanley, … Full story    
Published:  February 24, 2010

Not that William Stanley, the other William Stanley

Last summer in June, around the same time that Joseph Stanley of Nashua began making news with paving scam allegations, William Stanley, 24, of Lowell, … Full story    
Published:  February 23, 2010

Sorting through family members a name game

About 10 years ago, Joshua J. Stanley, then 29, was charged with bilking an 83-year-old Nashua woman by charging her $23,200 to paint two ceilings … Full story    
Published:  February 23, 2010

Across state lines, tracking gets tougher

In the summer of 2007, investigators with the contractor licensing boards in Nevada and California identified an unlicensed paving crew from New England thought to … Full story    
Published:  February 23, 2010

Bringing paving scam artists to justice harder than it might seem

Contracting and paving scams can be tough to prove and fly-by-night companies difficult to catch, law enforcement officials say. Some police departments adopt an attitude … Full story    
Published:  February 22, 2010

Piles of broken promises

LONDONDERRY – A few summers back, Glenn Jackson decided to do something about his driveway. It wasn’t in such bad shape, really, but he only … Full story    
Published:  February 22, 2010

Coming to the surface

NASHUA – It took nearly two years, a lawsuit and several arrests, but Cornelius Stanley eventually paid Daniel Willis $4,000 in back wages, court records … Full story    
Published:  February 21, 2010

Paving firm finds trouble here, around country

EDITOR’S NOTE: If anyone shows up at your door claiming to have “leftover asphalt” that could be used to pave your driveway at cut rates, … Full story    
Published:  February 21, 2010

Family in court on theft charges

Editor’s note: If anyone ever shows up at your door claiming to have “leftover asphalt” that could be used to pave your driveway at cut … Full story    
Published:  February 20, 2010

Paver faces 19 new charges, higher bail

NASHUA – A young man accused in a dozen paving scams around Nashua waived arraignment Friday on the latest 19 charges against him, and a … Full story    
Published:  February 6, 2010

Family faces felony charges in scams

NASHUA – CVS Paving owner Cornelius V. “Neil” Stanley has been indicted on paving scam charges, along with two of his sons, one of whom … Full story    
Published:  January 29, 2010

Man in court over paving scam, burglary

NASHUA – A Massachusetts man is facing charges in two states in connection with a series of driveway paving scams and a burglary. Anthony T. … Full story    
Published:  September 10, 2009

Man in court over paving scam, burglary

NASHUA -- A Massachusetts man is facing charges in two states in connection with a series of driveway paving scams and a burglary. Anthony T. … Full story    
Published:  September 10, 2009

Suspect in paving scam will remain in jail

NASHUA – A judge denied a request to reduce Joseph C. Stanley's $75,000 cash-only bail Thursday, while he faces charges of coercing two elderly homeowners … Full story    
Published:  August 14, 2009

Paving scam suspect seeks reduced bail

NASHUA - A judge is considering whether to reduce the $75,000 cash-only bail for a teen accused of coercing two elderly homeowners into over-paying for … Full story    
Published:  August 13, 2009

Paving scam suspect pinched on driving charge

NASHUA - A city teen arrested last week in connection with a paving scam was caught driving, and charged as a habitual offender, police report. … Full story    
Published:  July 6, 2009

Alleged driveway paving scam artist arrested

NASHUA - Police have arrested an 18 year old who allegedly bilked two elderly residents out of $6,900 in a driveway paving scam. Joseph Stanley, … Full story    
Published:  July 1, 2009