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  • Friday September 05th, 2014
    Chesapeake Academy Parents and Patrons Association is holding its Apple Sale September 10 through October 17.  Winesap, Fuji, and Granny Smith apples from Dickie Brothers Orchard in Roseland, VA are available by the peck, half bushel or bushel.   Prices start at $11.  Proceeds from the sale will support the educational initiatives at Chesapeake Academy.  Delivery will be the week of October 27.  Please contact ...
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  • Friday September 05th, 2014
    Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury will host its 30th annual Fall Bazaar on Saturday, September 27 on the campus at 132 Lancaster Drive in Irvington. The public is invited to browse through the treasures available for purchase and enjoy the festivities organized by RWC residents. Doors open at 9:00 a.m. and sales continue until 1:00 p.m. RWC President Stuart Bunting says, “I don’t know if the people who began ...
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  • Friday September 05th, 2014
    Chesa­peake Bank’s recent school-supply drive helped 350 kids in need go back to school with new clothes and sup­plies. all dona­tions ben­e­fited the North­ern Neck Fam­ily YMCA’s Bright Begin­nings Pro­gram. In addi­tion to the school sup­plies, Chesa­peake Bank raised more than $5,000 in the com­mu­ni­ties it serves. Assis­tant Vice Pres­i­dent and Kil­marnock branch man­ager Cathy Snow­den said “I never grow tired of see­ing the pure joy ...
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  • Thursday September 04th, 2014
    Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has been found guilty on 11 of 14 corruption counts. His wife Maureen McDonnell has been found guilty on 8 corruption counts and obstruction of justice, a Richmond jury ruled today. The pair was not convicted on bank fraud charges. Reporters in the courtroom described the family as sobbing and hysterical as the guilty charges were read. This was the third ...
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  • Thursday September 04th, 2014
    A Lancaster County man has appealed a verdict in Lancaster District Court after being convicted of misdemeanor assault. James T. Kessler of Cox’s Farm Road was found guilty on Wednesday September 3rd and sentenced to 12 months in jail. The charge stems from an altercation at Pelican’s at the Point Restaurant at Windmill Point on July 19th. The appeal will be heard in Lancaster Circuit Court ...
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  • Thursday September 04th, 2014
    A panel meeting concerning hydraulic fracturing (fracking) was held in the auditorium at Rappahannock Community College in Warsaw Wednesday, September 3, at 2pm. Jerry W. Davis, AICP, NNPDC Executive Director introduced the panel, consisting of Brentley Archer, President of the Virginia Oil & Gas Association, Richard A. Parrish, Senior Attorney, Southern Environmental Law Center, The Honorable Maurice Jones, Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade and ...
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  • Thursday September 04th, 2014
    Aug. 25 (Report begins @ 2:00 p.m.) Staff received a curse and abusive language complaint from a Gaskins Road resident; responded to an E911 disconnect call on Beach Cove Drive (telephone line problem); received a elder abuse report (no further information released in order to protect the victim and due to the nature of the investigation). Aug. 26 Brandon J. Curry, 22 of Hacks Neck Road, ...
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