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  • Tuesday January 27th, 2015
    About three dozen young children packed the Meeting Room of the Northumberland Public Library to celebrate all things Lego on January 16. It was the library’s first Lego Party and for two and a half hours, the kids enjoyed Lego projects and games. Light snacks were served to help fuel their creative juices. The finale was a building session where the children used either Legos they ...
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  • Tuesday January 27th, 2015
    A Northern Neck Resource Fair will be held in Warsaw at Rappahannock Community College, Warsaw Campus on Wednesday, March 4th, from 10AM-3PM.  The goal of the Resource Fair is to bring together small businesses, entrepreneurs, and job-seekers with organizations and agencies that can provide information, and assistance.   The Resource Fair is free, and open to the public. The Resource Fair is organized by the Northern Neck ...
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  • Tuesday January 27th, 2015
    Many area roads this morn­ing, have small snow and slush on them, and haz­ardous con­di­tions may be present as you head out. If you are headed toward I-95 in the area of Car­o­line, Stafford, or Spot­syl­va­nia coun­ties, you will likely will find clear pave­ment on the inter­state this morn­ing. In the Mid­dle Penin­sula, pri­mary roads in Essex, King and Queen, King William, Math­ews, Mid­dle­sex, and north­ern Glouces­ter ...
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  • Tuesday January 27th, 2015
    In the Sen­ate, nearly all of Gov­er­nor Terry McAuliffe’s gun con­trol pack­age was shot down on Mon­day. Most of the bills were report­edly aimed, accord­ing to Repub­li­can law­mak­ers, at Democ­rats attempts to strip peo­ple of their gun rights after being con­victed of domes­tic vio­lence mis­de­meanors, includ­ing assault and stalk­ing. All but one of McAuliffe’s gun bills, one allow­ing state police to per­form vol­un­tary back­ground checks for unli­censed ...
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  • Tuesday January 27th, 2015
    For­mer Vir­ginia Gov­er­nor Bob McDonnell’s request to remain free while he appeals his cor­rup­tion con­vic­tions has been approved by a fed­eral appeals court. That means, the for­mer gov­er­nor will not be headed to jail, at least for the time being, as his appeal pro­ceeds through the court sys­tem. In mak­ing the deci­sion on Mon­day, the court also said that it finds the appeal is not for ...
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  • Tuesday January 27th, 2015
    CLOSINGS & DELAYS – 01/27/15 TUESDAY SCHOOLS NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOLS – CLOSED – 11 & 12 MONTH EMPLOYEES REPORT AT NOON MIDDLESEX COUNTY SCHOOLS – OPEN AT 10 AM GLOUCESTER COUNTY SCHOOLS – 1 HOUR DELAY WESTMORELAND COUNTY SCHOOLS – 2 HOUR DELAY RICHMOND COUNTY SCHOOLS – 2 HOUR DELAY ESSEX COUNTY SCHOOLS – CLOSED – ALL STAFF REPORT BY 11:30 AM KING & QUEEN COUNTY SCHOOLS – 2 HOUR DELAY KING WILLIAM COUNTY ...
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  • Monday January 26th, 2015
    This was the first full week of session and we have officially hit the ground running in the House of Delegates. Since this is only a 45-day session, I have been hard at work introducing legislation that will make Virginia a better place to live, work, and raise a family. On Wednesday, I presented my first testimony of the year in the House Courts Criminal Law ...
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