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  • Monday June 23rd, 2014
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Virginia gasoline prices have inched up by an average of 3 cents per gallon in the last week. AAA Mid-Atlantic reports that the average price for a gallon of unleaded gas in the state was $3.48 Sunday. That’s up from $3.45 a week ago and 7 cents higher than the $3.41 Virginia motorists were paying a year ago. The good news for Virginians ...
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  • Sunday June 22nd, 2014
    Starting on Monday, June 23rd, drivers can expect brief overnight delays on Route 360 at the Downing Bridge. Traffic will be reduced to a single lane from 8pm to 4am on the bridge, where Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and contractor crews will patch the bridge deck for routine maintenance. Work is scheduled for June 23–26, 2014, weather permitting. The Downing Bridge is located on Route ...
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  • Sunday June 22nd, 2014
    Missing The search was suspended late last night for a person who authorities say may have fallen from a boat which was found adrift in the Rappahannock River on Thursday. Search crews from both the Coast Guard and the Navy combed the waters for the missing boater after someone called just before 10 Thursday morning to report an unmanned, partially submerged ten foot aluminum skiff that was ...
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  • Sunday June 22nd, 2014
    It’s been hot lately! But we will be getting a little bit of a break from the heat this weekend, with temperatures dropping a bit later today and Saturday. A series of thunderstorms blew through much of the region Thursday afternoon. Last night, about 1,000 customers on the Peninsula and surrounding areas were without power following Thursday evening storms, according to Dominion Virginia Power. That was down ...
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  • Friday June 20th, 2014
    By ALAN SUDERMAN Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe has scheduled a news conference to outline his plans for the state budget recently passed by the General Assembly. McAuliffe is set to address reporters Friday at the Capitol. Lawmakers passed a two-year budget last week that did not include expanding Medicaid eligibility. McAuliffe and most Democratic lawmakers support expanding Medicaid. The governor has not indicated whether ...
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  • Friday June 20th, 2014
    Urbanna has been operating without a town treasurer since March 25, 2013. The Southside Sentinal reports that town resident Janet Smith raised a “point of order” near the end of the Urbanna Town Council meeting on Monday, that the state code and town charter require the town to have a treasurer. In response to Smith’s comment on Monday night, Urbanna Mayor Don Richwine said he has ...
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  • Friday June 20th, 2014
    The Northern Neck Rotary Club has given it’s 2014 Community Service Award to Ed Fuehrer for his leadership in the area, most recently with the Northern Neck Boys and Girls Club. Fuehrer moved to the area from Northern Virginia in 1997 and has been involved in community activities in some manner ever since. Fuehrer graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in landscape architecture and ...
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