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  • Thursday January 01st, 2015
    A reward has now been offered for infor­ma­tion lead­ing to the loca­tion of a miss­ing Glouces­ter County man who hasn’t been seen in four years. 27 year old Micheal “Craig” Con­way of Hayes was first reported miss­ing way back in Jan­u­ary of 2011. At the time, the Glouces­ter County Sheriff’s Office said Con­way had no vehi­cle, no cell phone, and no bank account. So far, there has ...
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  • Thursday January 01st, 2015
    The Math­ews Land Con­ser­vancy has demol­ished two piers at Williams Wharf Land­ing to make way for a new fish­ing dock, a water­front row­ing and event rental facil­ity, and more. The Gazette Jour­nal reports that the new 62-foot fish­ing dock with a 100-foot T-head should be ready by some­time in the spring. Once com­pleted, it will make for a great place to fish in 12-foot-deep water, and it ...
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  • Thursday January 01st, 2015
    Watch out for the lat­est com­puter scam mak­ing the rounds. Police say it works like this; the vic­tim receives a phone call say­ing their home com­puter has a virus. They are then told it can be taken care of for just $2,090. If the vic­tim agrees, the crook or crooks obtain pay­ment by credit card and then get full access to all infor­ma­tion on the com­puter. It ...
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  • Wednesday December 31st, 2014
      Cassidy Redmond, age 7, and her brother Csapreme Redmond, 13, have been named the Boys & Girls Club’s Youth of the Month and Teen of the Month for December according to Executive Director Phillip Mumford. While Csapreme, a 7th grader at Lancaster Middle School, has been a club member for four years, this has been Cassidy’s first year.  Both were selected for excellent behavior and being ...
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  • Wednesday December 31st, 2014
    The Glouces­ter County School Board has been work­ing for a num­ber of months with com­mu­nity mem­bers to update the division’s Com­pre­hen­sive Plan. Over the past four months, the divi­sion held four plan­ning meet­ings with small groups dis­cussing top­ics such as core val­ues and beliefs, effi­ciency of oper­a­tions, health and well­ness, and instruc­tion. The last meet­ing was on Dec. 17. Now, The Daily Press reports that the groups ...
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  • Wednesday December 31st, 2014
    Accord­ing to VDOT, rou­tine main­te­nance work will shut down ferry ser­vice in Northum­ber­land County dur­ing low rid­er­ship months. State offi­cials say the Merry Point Ferry to be affected for sev­eral days in Feb­ru­ary, and the Sunny Bank Ferry in Northum­ber­land County will be out of ser­vice for approx­i­mately 90 days for main­te­nance work start­ing on Tues­day, Jan. 15. In addi­tion, the Merry Point Ferry in Lan­caster County ...
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  • Wednesday December 31st, 2014
    As we get set to ring in the new year, older dri­vers are brac­ing for some new, tougher stan­dards here in Vir­ginia. Begin­ning Jan­u­ary 1st, dri­vers 75 and older will have to renew their license in per­son every five years. The renewal process will include a vision. The new law updates the cur­rent law, which spec­i­fies that dri­vers age 80 and older are required to renew ...
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