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  • Friday December 09th, 2016
    The Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for Business Person of the year who will be honored at the annual dinner and meeting held at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club.   Last year the chamber honored B.H. Hubbard for his dedication and commitment to the community. This year’s honoree can be any leader from a member business or organization, either private sector ...
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  • Friday December 09th, 2016
    The 38th annual Kilmarnock Lighted Christmas Parade sponsored by Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce is tonight. Make sure you are aware of several street closures that will occur. There will be no parking directly on Main Street as of 6 PM. There will be no parking at the site of the new Town Centre Park, across from the post office. As of 6:45PM, ...
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  • Wednesday December 07th, 2016
    NEW YORK (AP) – Police have arrested four Virginia men who they say were part of a conspiracy to smuggle guns from their home state into New York City for sale on the street. Prosecutors say 28-year-old Clive Dixon, the suspected ringleader of the group, was apprehended along with three of his suppliers following an investigation into the “iron pipeline” of illegally trafficked firearms. The suspects coordinated ...
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  • Wednesday December 07th, 2016
    A Northumberland County mother has been found guilty of assault and battery against a minor. The case against Heather Sebra of Heathsville gained national exposure when videos of an altercation that happened at Northumberland High School were posted on social media. The video showed Sebra slapping a student, gripping his shirt, holding him on the floor, and yelling at him. Sebra was sentenced to a ...
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  • Wednesday December 07th, 2016
    Visiting Angels of the Northern Neck & Middle Peninsula and NN Burger have once again teamed up, to come to the aid of area senior citizens. So far this year, they have collected 32 names of local residents who have no families locally to help celebrate the holidays with and who are also in need. Now, they are reaching out to everyone in the community ...
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  • Monday December 05th, 2016
    By ALANNA DURKIN RICHER Associated PressRICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A former CIA employee serving a 3 1/2 year-prison for leaking government secrets to a reporter is taking his case to a federal appeals court. A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear Jeffrey Sterling’s case Tuesday. A jury convicted the 49-year-old on all counts last year after he was charged under the Espionage ...
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  • Monday December 05th, 2016
      RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Officials in Richmond say a shortage of patrol officers is hampering their efforts to curb a spike in homicides that has reached a 10-year high. The Richmond Times-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/2fXbdCo) reported Saturday that Virginia’s capital has recorded 59 homicides this year. That’s the highest since 2016, when there were 81. It’s a 40 percent increase over the 2015 total. Chief Alfred Durham is seeking ...
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