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  • Tuesday January 10th, 2017
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Distillery owner Denver Riggleman says he will seek the republican nomination for governor. Riggleman said in a news release late Monday that he wants to break up the “good ole boys system” in Richmond. Riggleman and his wife, Christine, own Silverback Distillery, a craft distillery in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Three candidates other candidates are running on the Republican side. Riggleman will host a campaign ...
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  • Tuesday January 10th, 2017
    By ALAN SUDERMAN Associated PressRICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Virginia’s 2017 legislative session is set to start with lawmakers battling over state budget problems and jockeying for attention in an election year. The Old Dominion has an estimated $1.26 billion shortfall for fiscal years 2016 through 2018, driven largely by lower-than-expected income and sales tax collections. A key focus of the budget work will be on state employee ...
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  • Monday January 09th, 2017
    The Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce announces the selection of Lindsy Gardner as their business person of the year. Lindsy was nominated by members of the community with overwhelming support. Chamber Executive Director Anne Paparella said the nominations for Lindsy spoke highly of her leadership attributes as well as the countless hours and commitment she has given towards our community. The award presentation ...
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  • Monday January 09th, 2017
    GLOUCESTER, Va. (WAVY) — Several thousand customers are without power in Gloucester County, according to Dominion Virginia Power. Dominion’s outage map showed around 3,600 outages in the area early Monday morning. Outages were reduced around 8 a.m. to around 2,000. The cause of the outage has not officially been determined. Temperatures Monday morning were in the teens, according to Super Doppler 10 Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler. Dominion’s website says power ...
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  • Monday January 09th, 2017
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Virginia State Police say they responded to 772 traffic crashes and assisted more than 1,234 disabled cars across the state over the weekend due to the winter storm. Police are asking drivers to delay travel on Monday morning since thawing that took place on Sunday was expected to refreeze overnight, creating treacherous road conditions. Police say they received 3,928 calls for service on ...
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  • Monday January 09th, 2017
    CLOSINGS & DELAYS SCHOOLS COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY- CLOSED, ALL ACTIVITIES CANCELLED GLOUCESTER COUNTY SCHOOLS – CLOSED TUESDAY MATHEWS COUNTY SCHOOLS-CLOSED TUESDAY RCC- CLOSED, ALL CAMPUSES NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEETING WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED WESTMORELAND COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEETING WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED COURTS AND GOV’T GLOUCESTER COUNTY OFFICES- CLOSED GLOUCESTER GENERAL DISTRICT COURT-CLOSED GLOUCESTER JDR COURT-CLOSED HAYNESVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER-CODE YELLOW KING AND QUEEN ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES-CLOSED KING AND QUEEN CIRCUIT COURT 2 HOUR DELAY KING WILLIAM CIRCUIT COURT 2 HOUR ...
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  • Friday January 06th, 2017
    Closings and delays – Sunday, January 8, 2017   Churches Bethel and Emmanuel  United Methodist Church – No Sunday Jan 8 service Beuhlah Baptist Church – No Sunday Jan 8 service Calvary Baptist Church – No Sunday Jan 8 service Campbell Memorial Presbyterian Church – No Sunday Jan 8 service Claybrook Baptist Church – No Sunday Jan 8 Service Fairfield’s Baptist – No Sunday Jan 8 service Galilee United Methodist – No Sunday Jan ...
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