Archives for May 2014

Water Conservation Resolutions

The Board of Supervisors of Middlesex County, in an attempt to conserve water across Virginia’s coastal plain, is considering a […]

Murder Charges Filed Against Gloucester Woman Already Serving Time For Child Abuse

The Gloucester County woman who was already convicted of severely abusing one child, is now accused of murdering a second […]

Lorenzo Taliaferro Arrested

Baltimore Ravens rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro was arrested in Williamsburg over the Memorial Day holiday weekend after policespotted a group cursing […]

Road Work Holiday Over Today

To smooth the way for holiday travelers, Virginia highway officials suspended construction and maintenance on most interstates and highways for […]

No Contamination Found In Gloucester Road Spill

A Gloucester County road was closed to traffic for a while last ween after gas bottles fell from a truck. […]

VA Spousal Licensing Law Goes Into Effect July First

Beginning July 1, lawyers who relocate to Virginia with their military spouses will be allowed to practice here without passing […]

Police Need Your Help To Find Guns

The Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary that happened about a week ago, and they are asking for […]

Supreme Court To Hear Poquoson Man’s Case

The Virginia Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case of a Poquoson man who was sentenced to 128 years […]

New Virginia Poverty Study

A new study says about a third of Virginia children are living in or near poverty. The study says 13 […]

Bacteria In The Bay

As we head into the Memorial Day holiday weekend, part of the Chesapeake Bay is being closed to swimmers because […]