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  • Wednesday September 03rd, 2014
    The Tappahannock Artists’ Guild is pleased to announce that Ellen Worthy Stokes and David Henderson have volunteered to present “Garden as Art, II” on September 26, 2014. This year’s presentation will feature gardens in a different season (Fall vs. Spring), introducing vastly different colors and textures, and an opportunity to explore the art principles of design, with a special focus on composition. “Garden as Art, II” ...
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  • Wednesday September 03rd, 2014
    The Bay School Community Arts Center is excited to participate in this year’s Mathews Market Days, Friday and Saturday, September 5 and 6. The Bay School will extend its open hours from 9:00am to 5:00pm both days to align with the festival. Local artists will host display booths both in and outside the Art Speaks gallery, with a variety of artwork including jewelry, pottery, painting, ...
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  • Wednesday September 03rd, 2014
    Loading donations for needy animals marked the finale to the Northumberland Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, PAWS to Read, during the library’s All-Ages Story Hour August 27. The donated items, including food, toys, blankets and towels, were loaded aboard a van from the Northumberland County Animal Shelter by about a dozen parents and kids who attended the library’s Summer Reading Program finale. On hand to accept ...
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  • Wednesday September 03rd, 2014
    Rappahannock Community College is offering “Adult Basic Education,” “English as a Second Language,” and GED test review classes at its Warsaw Campus, Kilmarnock Center, and at community buildings in Montross, Colonial Beach, and Northumberland County. Classes start September 15, please call 804-333-6829 for more information.
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  • Wednesday September 03rd, 2014
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Jurors in the public corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife will resume their deliberations Wednesday morning after breaking for the day. They deliberated for more than five hours Tuesday after getting instructions from U.S. District Judge James S. Spencer. Jurors must decide whether the couple sold the influence of the office to a wealthy vitamin executive seeking legitimacy ...
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  • Wednesday September 03rd, 2014
    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) – Kevin Spacey is taking center stage at the University of Virginia this fall. The acclaimed actor will be in Charlottesville on Oct. 18 at the second annual President’s Speaker Series for the Arts. The university says more than 5,000 people are expected to attend. Trained as a stage actor, Spacey possesses two Academy Awards, one for best supporting actor for “The Usual Suspects,” ...
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  • Wednesday September 03rd, 2014
    A pub­lic hear­ing will be con­ducted by the Kil­marnock Town Coun­cil on Sep­tem­ber 15, at 7 PM in the Kil­marnock Town Hall. The hear­ing is to res­i­dents can com­ment on code revi­sions to the town’s Flood­plain Over­lay Ordinance,as man­dated by the State of Vir­ginia. Cit­i­zens are invited to pro­vide their input in per­son or in writ­ing. Ques­tions and com­ments may be directed to 804–435-1552 ext.32. Indi­vid­u­als with a ...
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