First Lady of Virginia to visit Cover 3

First Lady of Virginia to visit Cover 3

The First Lady of Virginia, Dorothy McAuliffe, will be visiting the Cover 3 Foundation on Friday, Feb. 12, to take a tour and look at ... Read more | Add your comment

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Cheatham, Burgess to run for re-election

Vice Mayor and Ward 1 representative Barry Cheatham and Ward 2 representative Benny Burgess have both announced their candidacy for re-election. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Public hearing, debris removal on council agenda  | Add your comment
  2. Date set for forgery case  | Add your comment
  3. Klondike challenges Boy Scouts to work as a team  | Add your comment

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Investigation leads to arrest on forgery charges

A Branchville man was arrested on Wednesday after a month-long investigation into the forgery of checks. Todd Newsome, 47, of Davis Lane, allegedly forged a ... Read more | Add your comment

South Quay Baptist appoints interim pastor

Evidently, God wasn’t finished with Amos Eby when he thought to retire a few years ago. The Chesapeake pastor now finds himself serving as interim ... Read more | Add your comment

Franklin woman pleads guilty to mail fraud

On Jan. 27, Stephanie Almond, 61, of Franklin, pleaded guilty to charges of mail fraud by defrauding USDA’s Summer Food Service Program. Her daughter, Cindy ... Read more | Add your comment

PETA to offer discounts on spay/neuter services

PETA to offer discounts on spay/neuter services

Every day during February and March, PETA will be holding “Spay Day” at a discounted rate in their mobile clinics. PETA is celebrating its 35th ... Read more | Add your comment

Juveniles detained for counterfeiting

Deputies from the Southampton County Sheriff's Office last month detained three juveniles who attempted to pass counterfeit $20 bills at the 7-Eleven on Southampton Parkway ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Supreme Court rules new Congressional Districts to stay  | Add your comment
  2. School board asking for opinions on proposed budget  | Add your comment
  3. Boykins firefighters getting their ducks in a row for carnival  | Add your comment
  4. FSEDI plans Partners in Progress event  | Add your comment
  5. Virginia will once again allow out-of-state concealed carry permits  | Add your comment
  6. Windsor Duke leading pages for delegates  | Add your comment
  7. Sanford to run for mayor  | Add your comment
  8. Local gang leader sentenced to 8 years  | Add your comment
  9. Planning discusses CIP, 460, landscaping  | Add your comment
  10. Three local schools granted partial accreditation  | Add your comment
  11. County approves another Verizon tower near Sebrell  | Add your comment
  12. SPSA talks host agreement  | Add your comment
  13. Public invited to attend garden club event  | Add your comment
  14. Roadway projects receive green lights  | Add your comment
  15. Bill targets shooting in, across roads  | Add your comment
  16. Supervisors reappoint Dallas Jones as chairman  | Add your comment
  17. Incubator hatches new identity  | Add your comment
  18. Flood plain regulations public hearing rescheduled  | Add your comment
  19. Armed Robbery at Duck Thru on Smith’s Ferry Road  | Add your comment
  20. Southampton schools closed tomorrow  | Add your comment
  21. Little snow, but more winds expected  | Add your comment
  22. Mayor will not seek re-election  | Add your comment
  23. Bill would punish hunters who deliberately release dogs on property  | Add your comment
  24. Flood plain rules, name change on agenda for Franklin City Council  | Add your comment
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    Bob Burke’s legacy remains deeply rooted at Chowan

    Even a busted hip could not prevent Bob Burke from enjoying his special day. Read more | Add your comment

    1. ‘A program-changing win’  | Add your comment
    2. Keeping your head in the game  | Add your comment
    3. Isle of Wight’s Edwards, McCann sign letter of intent  | Add your comment

    Outdoors

    Riverkeeper report: Riverkeeper calls Franklin dump a festering eyesore

    Riverkeeper report: Riverkeeper calls Franklin dump a festering eyesore

    Spirit of Moonpie and I spent the 30th through the 1st on the Blackwater below Franklin. The water was high, fast and 37 degrees. Air ... Read more | Add your comment

    Business

    Land transfers

    SOUTHAMPTON County 1/1/2016-1/31/2016 Rudy Kokich to Rudy and Lori Kokich, 113 Carrie Drive, Franklin, $0. Silver Elder to Shelton B. Elder, 1701 South Street, Franklin, ... Read more | Add your comment

    1. What does it take to land a business prospect?  | Add your comment
    2. Land transfers  | Add your comment

    Agribusiness

    Registration open for Virginia grain, soybean conference

    The Virginia Grain Producers Association and Virginia Soybean Association are once again proud to host the Virginia Grain & Soybean Annual Conference. Read more | Add your comment

    1. County awaits governor’s OK for disaster designation  | Add your comment
    2. Commercial market for drones in agriculture is robust, farmers told  | Add your comment

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    How big is the Big Game?

    So big that last year more than 120,000,000 people in the United States tuned in to watch the Super Bowl, making it the most watched ... Read more | Add your comment

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    Super Bowl 50: The NFL vs CTE

    An estimated 189 million people are expected to watch Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, which pits ... Read more | Add your comment

    Letters to the Editor

    Accounting due on IOW storm water plan

    A recent article in a Richmond paper discussed The Storm Water Utility Plan being implemented in Chesterfield County in response to the Chesapeake Bay Cleanup. ... Read more | Add your comment

    Lifestyles

    A hidden treasure

    At breakfast, we tell Mrs. Mckenzie that we’re going to the gardens that she mentioned yesterday. She expands on the directions. It’s just out of ... Read more | Add your comment