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Both Sides in Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against PG School Board, Browder to Appear In Court Friday

Web Team July 6, 2015 Comments Off

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA – Legal counsel for both the Prince George County School Board and Superintendent Dr. Bobby Browder along with those representing a former school system employee are expected to appear in

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Route 460 Contractor to Repay Millions in Taxpayer Dollars to State After Failed Project

Web Team July 2, 2015 Comments Off

DINWIDDIE COUNTY, VIRGINIA – Just over three months after Governor Terry McAuliffe’s administration announced that it had terminated its contract with U.S. 460 Mobility Partners related to the construction of a 55-mile bypass between Petersburg and

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July 1 Brings New Laws, Regulations into Effect Across The Commonwealth

Michael Campbell July 1, 2015 Comments Off

DINWIDDIE COUNTY, VIRGINIA – As is the norm, once midnight on July 1 hits, it brings the end of the fiscal year for many localities and school divisions but it also marks the beginning

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Longtime Southpark Kmart Store Torn Down to Make Way For New Retail Spaces

Web Team June 30, 2015 Comments Off

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA – The ring of cash registers and the shuffle of customers’ feet along the aisles of Colonial Heights’ Kmart store have long since diminished after closing in May. Now, all that

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As Fourth of July Approaches, Police Reiterate Tragic Consequences of Celebratory Gunfire

Michael Campbell June 29, 2015 Comments Off

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VIRGINIA – What should have been a time of celebration with family and friends on the way to a fireworks show in Chesterfield County ended in tragedy for the family of seven-year-old

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As Parker’s Grocery Prepares to Close, Its Unique Setting Is Fondly Remembered

Web Team June 26, 2015 Comments Off

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA – This weekend will mark an end of an era in Prince George County. One that spanned over more than a half of a century impacting the lives of the

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Major Petersburg Roadway Remains Closed After Water Main Breaks, Damages Road Surface

Michael Campbell June 25, 2015 Comments Off

UPDATE: Just after 3:20 p.m. Thursday, City of Petersburg officials reported the water connection between Prince George County and the city had been disconnected as crews were able to repair the broken water main

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Va. Governor McAuliffe Orders Confederate Flag Removed from License Plates; Retailers Pull Flag From Stores

Michael Campbell June 24, 2015 Comments Off

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA – A week after the horrific shooting of nine African-American churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, the conversation in recent days has turned to the display of the confederate flag above South Carolina’s

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Parent Companies of Martin’s, Food Lion Grocery Stores Intend To Merge, Company Confirms

Michael Campbell June 24, 2015 Comments Off

DINWIDDIE COUNTY, VIRGINIA – Two of the top Richmond and Tri-Cities grocery stores may be merging with one another after the parent companies of MARTIN’S Food Stores and Food Lion announced Wednesday that they

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Looking Ahead: Who’s On The Ballot for This November’s Election

Web Team June 24, 2015 Comments Off

DINWIDDIE COUNTY, VIRGINIA – While no one signed up to run for the District 5 School Board seat in the upcoming November election, several seats will face opposition. Incumbent J. Barrett Chappell, Jr. will face

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