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  • Monday May 23rd, 2016
    The Colonial Beach Town Council recently got an update on Westmoreland County’s budget and tax issues. Council learned that with the assessments of real estate in the county dropping from $490 million to $470 million, the real estate tax rate will have to be raised just to keep level funding. According to experts, a 2.24-cent increase per $100 value was deemed necessary to cover the ...
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  • Friday May 20th, 2016
    The monument honoring Northern Neck menhaden watermen, including spotter pilots, who died at sea will be unveiled and dedicated on Saturday, May 28th, at 2 pm at the Reedville Fishermen’s Museum. This project is a cooperative effort between the Reedville Fishermen’s Museum and the Kilmarnock Museum. More than 70 names of watermen who have perished while at sea are inscribed on the monument. Extensive research ...
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  • Friday May 20th, 2016
    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s office reports closing a nearly 30 year old rape and murder cold case. 50 year old Henry Hall of Middlesex was arrested in Deltaville Tuesday afternoon and arraigned Wednesday in Lancaster General District Court. Hall faces charged in the 1988 on a charge of rape in the death of 68-year-old Virginia Mae Hall at her home on Blackstump Road. The cold ...
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  • Friday May 20th, 2016
    In Warsaw, the proposed general and water/wastewater budgets for July 1st this year, through June 30th next year, were unanimously approved. The real estate tax levy will remain unchanged at ten cents per $100 of assessed value. According to the new budget, meals, cigarette and lodging tax will provide the majority of town revenue… with $327,500 estimated to be taken in. The capital outlays and ...
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  • Friday May 20th, 2016
    Mirroring a trend seen across the nation, folks here in Virginia are rushing to register to vote ahead of the November election. According to a report in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, nearly 35 percent more Virginia residents registered to vote in the first three months of 2016 compared to the same period four years ago, according to data from the Virginia Department of Elections. The data ...
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  • Friday May 20th, 2016
    You might be surprised to learn just who represents the largest international tourist group here in Virginia. If you guessed “The Canadians”, you would be correct! Canadians are by far, the largest group of international tourists in our state, spending $214 million here in 2014 according to the most recent figures available. Governor McAuliffe said this week, that Canadian tourism was up 18 percent in 2014, ...
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  • Thursday May 19th, 2016
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Supporters of an emerging subscription-based medical care are hoping Gov. Terry McAuliffe doesn’t veto legislation designed to clarify that the practice is legal and does not need to be regulated like insurance. The governor has until Friday to either sign or veto the legislation. His spokesman, Brian Coy, has declined to say what McAuliffe’s plans are. Known as direct primary care, patients pay ...
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