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Revered by Ernest Hemingway and other anglers, Atlantic blue marlin is among the most sought-after fish in the sea. It’s also traded on the black market at levels that federal investigators can’t define. “We don’t know how...
Nearly 200 Virginia teachers earned certification this year, the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards announced Wednesday. Hampton again topped the region with the number of certified teachers, with 12 this year. Newport News had 6 and...
Would you allow a stranger who had been arrested for indecent liberties with a child to work in your home? Almost 60 people in Indianapolis did, and they found him through a LivingSocial deal. They also discovered he ripped some of them off. “...
Gloucester County Administrator Brenda Garton has hired a new Emergency Management coordinator who will be coming up from York County. Paul Long, who has served as the deputy coordinator for York's Emergency Management Office since 2008, will begin...
A median crossover on Main Street that's used to enter and exit Main Street Center will be closed on Monday for a year during a bridge replacement project. The crossover is immediately north of Fox Mill Run and will remain closed until the completion...
Pharmacies and a pharmacy political action committee continue to give money in large sums to the campaign of 98th District candidate Keith Hodges. Hodges, an Urbanna resident who is the owner of Gloucester Pharmacy, has received $12,000 since June from...
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Catesby Jones, a Gloucester businessman, pulled in $16,152 in campaign contributions from July 1 to Aug. 10, more than three times what he had received previously. Jones spent $15,577 in the most recent reporting period, according to campaign finance...
Hurricane Irene inflicted an estimated $605,000 in damage to 90 homes, a manufactured home, five businesses and a church, according to a Gloucester County tally. The storm also caused an estimated $1.4 million in crop losses, according to a Virginia...
And you thought Hurricane Irene was done. Beachgoers and boaters have reported finding mysterious gray blobs, some as large as a soccer ball, from Virginia to New York. “They’re pretty disgusting looking,” said Cathy Hopkins of...
The online registration form is now available for chefs and others who want to participate in the 2011 Chefs’ Seafood Symposium Oct. 11 in Gloucester. The annual event is sponsored by Virginia Sea Grant, Virginia Institute of Marine Science and the...
Pulaski County in southwest Virginia is the recipient of a $1.4 million Community Development Block Grant to fund the rehabilitation of homes damaged during an April 8 tornado. Gov. Bob McDonnell announced the grant for Pulaski County and the Town of...
The county has received bids from seven companies to remove tornado debris, with a Virginia Beach-based firm submitting the low bid. Annex General Contracting submitted a bid of $42 per ton to remove the debris. The second-lowest bid was El-X...
Tags: Gloucester County, Tornadoes
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