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  • Thursday September 17th, 2015
    A fugi­tive has been returned to Mid­dle­sex County to face the music. Inves­ti­ga­tors from the Mid­dle­sex Sheriff’s Office trav­eled to New Jer­sey to extra­didite 30 year old felony fugi­tive William Edward Nel­son Jr., for­merly of Hud­gins. Nel­son was being held at the Cape May Sheriff’s Office cor­rec­tional facil­ity after he was col­lared by Mid­dle Town­ship Police in New Jer­sey after he was on the run ...
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  • Thursday September 17th, 2015
    Route 3 will be reduced to a sin­gle travel lane overnight next week in Lan­caster County and on the Robert O. Nor­ris Bridge for paving work. Traf­fic will be reduced to a sin­gle lane between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. each evening from Mon­day, Sept. 21 through Thurs­day, Sept. 24. A flag­ging crew will direct motorists through the work zone. Paving will be under­way in ...
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  • Wednesday September 16th, 2015
    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) – A man already charged with killing a University of Virginia student is due in court for arraignment on charges of abducting and murdering a Virginia Tech student. Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr.’s hearing is set for Wednesday afternoon in Albemarle County Circuit Court. The county’s chief prosecutor said Tuesday that a grand jury indicted Matthew in the 2009 death of 20-year-old Morgan Harrington, who ...
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  • Wednesday September 16th, 2015
    Bon Sec­ours Rap­pa­han­nock Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal will host the inau­gural Stroke Camp event on Fri­day from 8:45 am — 2:00 pm at the BSRGH Reha­bil­i­ta­tion and Sports Med­i­cine Cen­ter in Kil­marnock, next door to North­ern Neck Fam­ily YMCA. Geared toward sur­vivors of stroke dis­ease and care­givers, the day will include a lineup of infor­ma­tive pre­sen­ta­tions and activ­i­ties regard­ing stroke recov­ery. Break­fast will be pro­vided, cour­tesy of ...
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  • Wednesday September 16th, 2015
    The new school year was barely under­way in West­more­land County; in fact, it was only two days old when school offi­cials received a bomb threat that cleared all schools in the dis­trict. The caller said there was a bomb threat to all the schools and school buses, so all stu­dents were evac­u­ated, and par­ents were noti­fied to come and pick up their chil­dren. Stu­dents from ...
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  • Wednesday September 16th, 2015
    It was a smooth open­ing last week for Glouces­ter County Pub­lic Schools, but accord­ing to the Gazette Jour­nal, county school board mem­bers are still con­cerned about teacher/student ratios being too high in some ele­men­tary class­rooms. 5,218 stu­dents were wel­comed to Glouces­ter schools on the first day back after the long sum­mer break. The divi­sion bud­geted for 5,316 stu­dents and now admin­is­tra­tors say the num­ber of ...
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  • Tuesday September 15th, 2015
    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) – Demonstrators appeared at a hearing on police practices to call for reforms, days after Fairfax County prosecutors announced the decision not to charge deputies in an inmate’s death. Before the Ad Hoc Police Practices Review Commission met Monday night in Alexandria, dozens of people stood outside. Some held signs reading “Justice for Natasha McKenna” and “Film the Police.” The commission is focused ...
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