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  • Monday August 29th, 2016
    Neighbors across Virginia’s Middle Peninsula have formed a solar co-op to save money and make going solar easier, while building a network of solar supporters. The Hampton Roads Solar Tour Group is seeking members and will host an information meeting September 12 to educate the community about solar and the co-op process. The group is partnering with VA SUN in support of the Middle Peninsula ...
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  • Monday August 29th, 2016
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Prosecutors and former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell’s attorneys want more time to figure out the next steps after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned his corruption conviction. The high court ruled in June that McDonnell’s actions were distasteful but didn’t necessarily violate federal bribery laws. The case was returned to an appeals court to decide whether there’s enough evidence for another trial. The appeals ...
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  • Monday August 29th, 2016
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Virginia Republicans have chosen a primary rather than a convention as a way to elect statewide candidates in 2017. The State Central Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia narrowly voted Saturday to have a primary for the first time since 2005, scoring a win for the party’s establishment wing. More conservative Republicans favor conventions, which give the party’s grassroots activists more ...
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  • Friday August 26th, 2016
    According to state officials, the septic system at the Seabreeze Restaurant on Gwynn’s Island is repairable which is good news for the county, which owns the property. That means it can be treated as a repairable, and not a failed system. The distinction means big savings for the county. Now, the company hired by the county to do the repairs, along with other experts, are ...
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  • Friday August 26th, 2016
    A lawsuit has been filed against TLC Tropical Smoothie, LLC of Richmond on behalf of a man who claims to have contracted Hepatitis A after buying and then consuming tainted products. A separate class action lawsuit representing all of the victims of the outbreak that sickened that man, is also expected to be filed with the courts sometime today. The man, from Olney, Maryland claims ...
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  • Friday August 26th, 2016
    By Newsroom Lancaster county’s planning commission is pressing forward with the process of updating zoning ordinance codes, and is now in the process of wrapping up the residential districts. The commission has announced that a public hearing will be held on September 15th at 7PM in the County Administration Building on Mary Ball Road in Lancaster. The hearing will be open to all, and it is ...
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  • Thursday August 25th, 2016
    The family of fallen Virginia State Trooper Chad Dermyer, is now giving back to the community which they say has given so much to them. Dermyer was killed while on duty March 31 in Richmond. Recently, Dermyer’s life was honored by selling custom koozies adorned with his badge number, 756, and the hashtag #behappyhumbleandkind. According to Dermyer’s widow, Michelle, the koozies raised $1,000… money that the ...
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