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  • Thursday June 18th, 2015
    Lan­caster County Crime Solvers is seek­ing infor­ma­tion on sev­eral break ins. On June 5th a home at 44 East Sonora Rd, Lan­caster was bro­ken into. The home was under ren­o­va­tion and two kerosene mon­i­tor heaters , white in color were stolen. The exhaust pip­ing for the units was left behind. Then on June 13th, a shed was bro­ken into at 163 Cole­man Lane, Lan­caster, and ...
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  • Thursday June 18th, 2015
    A man from Hayes was found guilty this week, of rob­bing two peo­ple in a room at the Glouces­ter Inn Motel in Glouces­ter Point last year. 20 year-old Rasean Curry, along with 20 year-old Tyler Fos­ter, of Glouces­ter, and a 17-year-old girl, entered a room at the motel on Route 17 on George Wash­ing­ton Memo­r­ial High­way at around 11 p.m. on Dec. 9, and assaulted ...
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  • Thursday June 18th, 2015
    A King and Queen County man is accused of hit­ting a Car­o­line County Sheriff’s Office inves­ti­ga­tor dur­ing a traf­fic stop that was part of a drug inves­ti­ga­tion. 39 year-old Carl Har­vey, of St. Stephens Church was charged with attempted cap­i­tal mur­der of a police offi­cer, elud­ing police and pos­ses­sion of mar­i­juana. He is being held now behind bars, with­out bond. A pas­sen­ger in his vehi­cle, 59 ...
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  • Thursday June 18th, 2015
    River­side Health Sys­tem is host­ing a Nurs­ing Job Fair on Wednes­day, June 24th from 2-6pm at The Orchard in War­saw. Licensed Prac­ti­cal Nurses & Reg­is­tered Nurses are being sought for River­side Tap­pa­han­nock Hos­pi­tal, The Orchard & River­side Con­va­les­cent Cen­ter– Saluda. Qual­i­fied can­di­dates must be licensed or eli­gi­ble to sit for boards in the State of VA. Pre-registration is pre­ferred to attend the job fair and may be accom­plished by con­tact­ing the ...
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  • Thursday June 18th, 2015
    In Hen­rico County, the sixth con­firmed rabies case of the year has been reported. The lat­est inci­dent occurred late last week, when a res­i­dent called ani­mal pro­tec­tion offi­cers and reported that a dog was fight­ing with a rac­coon, and the rac­coon was killed. The raccoon’s remains tested pos­i­tive for rabies. No other ani­mals or peo­ple were believed to be exposed. The dog mean­while, is being ...
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  • Wednesday June 17th, 2015
    Belle Isle State Park is now taking reservations for the Great American Campout. The campout begins on Saturday, June 27th at 11am. Cost is $60 per family, and includes a camp site, dinner and s’mores, breakfast on Sunday and a free pass to all weekend programs. Space is limited, and reservations close on June 22nd. To reserve your spot, call 462.5030.
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  • Wednesday June 17th, 2015
    A free Do Si Do Bookmaking Class will be held at the Northumberland Public Library from June 23-25 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The class, for ages 11 and up, will be taught by Penny Mace and Lee McKenzie. Participants will sew pages together to make a two-sided themed book filled with poems, stories or descriptions of their choice. The necessary materials will be provided. ...
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