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  • Friday May 12th, 2017
    A Warsaw man was arraigned in Lancaster County Circuit Court on two felony charges of possession of a weapon by a violent felon and reckless handling of a firearm. Marvin Davenport, Jr. is charged in connection with the incident that happened back in July of 2010 at a party in Nuttsville, resulting in the death of Jasmine Smith, who was hit by a stray bullet ...
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  • Friday May 12th, 2017
    The Lancaster school board has appointed Butch Gross of Center Cross as the new high school principal. Gross has been involved in education for over 25 years. He has a bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary and a teaching certificate in health and physical education. Gross also earned a master’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has taught physical education and coached ...
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  • Friday May 12th, 2017
    Lancaster County Public Schools would like to congratulate the Teachers Of the Year from each school: Heather Houmis at Lancaster High School, Megan Brosky at Lancaster Middle School, and Lisa Barton at Lancaster Primary School; and our Division Teacher of the Year, Lisa Hudnall, a preschool teacher at Lancaster Primary School.  Lancaster Superintendent Steve Parker told Middle Neck News “These ladies are a representation of all ...
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  • Thursday May 11th, 2017
    Temporary traffic signals will be activated at the center spans of the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge next week. Temporary traffic signals will be placed in flash mode on Tuesday, and full operation will start on Wednesday. Then, the two temporary traffic signals will control one-way alternating traffic at the bridge’s center spans 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Crews will use ...
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  • Thursday May 11th, 2017
    Just Gardens is pleased to host its 17th year of garden tours in the Northern Neck, a benefit for The Haven Shelter & Services, located in Warsaw. This Friday and Saturday, four gardens will be featured. Shiloh School, a Historic Virginia Landmark built in 1906 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, will be open in honor of Just Gardens 2017 as will ...
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  • Thursday May 11th, 2017
    The athletic coach and art and photography teacher, has been named 2017 Northumberland County Public School Division Teacher of the Year. Coach Eddie Barnes Jr, according to school officials, exemplifies dedication, professionalism and a relentless commitment to his students and student athletes. Barnes has been teaching for 38 years. He credits his faith with leading him to focus on the good in himself and others ...
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  • Wednesday May 10th, 2017
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Virginia’s lawmakers say they are putting $1.5 million they did not spend this fiscal year back in the general fund. GOP House Speaker William J. Howell’s office announced Monday that the General Assembly was living within its means and practicing “fiscal conservatism.” The bulk of the returned money comes from $700,000 unspent by the Capitol Police. Other legislative branches that returned money include $20,000 ...
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