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  • Monday August 10th, 2015
    Two state gov­ern­ment work­ers have been arrested by Vir­ginia State Police for allegedly using state-issued fuel credit cards for their own per­son­nel use. 47-year-old Joseph Nev­ers of Rich­mond and 36-year-old Wytina Gutier­rez of Mid­loth­ian, were both arrested and charged with one count of embez­zle­ment stem­ming from their use of the cards while work­ing for the Depart­ment of Gen­eral Ser­vices mail divi­sion between. The alleged fraud ...
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  • Monday August 10th, 2015
    Lan­caster County Crime Solvers wants your help to catch some crooks. 52 year old Deb­o­rah Thomp­son is wanted for a pro­ba­tion vio­la­tion. Thomp­son is a white female, 5ft.5 ins., 195 lbs. brown hair, and hazel eyes. Her last known address was 2112 Small­wood St., Bal­ti­more, Md. 29 year old Cin­tez Gib­son is wanted for destruc­tion of prop­erty and assault. He is a black man, 5ft. 10 ins., ...
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  • Monday August 10th, 2015
    Inspec­tion work being per­formed on the Down­ing Bridge will cause some delays this week on Route 360 in the Tap­pa­han­nock area. The road will be reduced to a sin­gle lane on the bridge from 9 a.m. — 3 p.m. begin­ning Wednes­day and run­ning through this Fri­day. While the work is being done, traf­fic will be directed by a flag­ging crew. Mes­sage boards have been placed ...
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  • Friday August 07th, 2015
    August brings the dog days of summer, and that was especially true at the Northumberland Public Library on August 4. That’s when the library’s first “Read to the Dogs” event made its 2015 debut. Children of any age come in for one designated hour every Tuesday in August at 10 a.m. Kids read aloud – with either their own book or a book from the library ...
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  • Friday August 07th, 2015
    The Virginia Marine Resources Commission has approved a permit application from Dominion Virginia Power seeking authorization to put new steel pilings for transmission lines across the Rappahannock River. The new infrastructure would be erected east of the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge, replacing the power lines which are currently attached to the bridge. Several recommendations and conditions were proposed by the VMRC; including preventing pile driving ...
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  • Friday August 07th, 2015
    DANVILLE, Va. (AP) – Virginia has revoked specialty license plates featuring a Confederate battle flag after a federal judge dissolved an injunction allowing the image. Attorney General Mark Herring’s office said Thursday evening that the Department of Motor Vehicles will begin replacing about 1,600 existing plates. U.S. District Judge Jackson L. Kiser says in a Thursday order that his 2001 injunction is no longer valid. The U.S. Supreme ...
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  • Friday August 07th, 2015
    Suffolk County’s Homicide Squad and Crime Stoppers are attempting to identify the remains of a woman found in March on an East Setauket bike path. Police have released a sketch of the woman who’s remains were found off the Greenway Bicycle Path off Gnarled Hollow Road on March 22. Homicide detectives believe the remains may have been hidden near the bike path for about a year.  The ...
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