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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    From the Southside Sentinel: The Lancaster County Board of Supervisors voted last week to eliminate the personal property tax on all boats moored in that county. The towns of Urbanna and Kilmarnock also eliminated boat taxes within their town limits this month, and the Northumberland Board of Supervisors is currently discussing a reduction in its county’s boat tax. Gloucester County also has eliminated the tax on all boats. Lancaster ...
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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    NORFOLK, Va. – AAA projects that nearly 90 percent of travelers in Virginia will be hitting the roads this Fourth of July holiday weekend, making it the highest travel volume on record. According to AAA, the holiday travel time period begins Thursday goes until Monday. Vice president of Public Affairs for AAA Tidewater Virginia, Georjeane Blumling says it’s very important for drivers to be prepared for the trip ...
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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    WASHINGTON (AP) – Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says there is an “unfolding situation” at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland but is providing no further details. The base tweeted Thursday it is on lockdown due to a report of an active shooter. Joint Base Andrews is home to Air Force One. The tweet instructs all personnel at the base in Washington’s Maryland suburbs to shelter in place ...
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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    GLOUCESTER, Va. (AP) – A Virginia school board is asking a federal judge not to force it to allow a transgender teen to use the boys bathroom when school resumes this fall. U.S. District Court Judge Robert G. Doumar ordered last week that the Gloucester County School Board must let Gavin Grimm use the bathroom that corresponds to his gender identity while the court examines the ...
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  • Wednesday June 29th, 2016
    NEW YORK (AP) – A New York judge has thrown out a defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine over the magazine’s debunked article about a University of Virginia gang rape. Federal Judge P. Kevin Castel said Tuesday the lawsuit brought by three former fraternity members cited comments that were offered as speculation and hypothesis rather than fact. The former Phi Kappa Psi members brought the lawsuit last ...
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  • Wednesday June 29th, 2016
    The White Stone Town Council last week, adopted a resolution in support of building a new bridge across the Rappahannock River from White Stone to Topping. The vote was unanimous… 5 to 0, to support the replacement of the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge. According to Whitestone Mayor Randy Reeves, who spoke with the Rappahannock Record, the process for replacement of the bridge “is ...
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  • Wednesday June 29th, 2016
    Mathews supervisors today, will hold a public hearing on leasing the Seabreeze Restaurant. The hearing is set for tonight at 7 in the historic courthouse. It comes following a request for proposals from prospective tenants for the Gwynn’s Island property was put out by the board in May. That came about because the current tenant of the property… Gary Galluzzi of Mathews and of New ...
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