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GLOUCESTER — This eagle is now soaring again. After months of rehab, a male bald eagle, rescued by the Waynesboro-based Wildlife Center of Virginia, was released Friday back into the wild near Beaverdam Park. "We are here bringing your bird...
The Philadelphia InquirerThe first graders in Jill Turley's class at Joyce Kilmer Elementary School in Cherry Hill love to write letters to their principal. They share goals such as "I want to be a teacher" and observations such as, "You and I have the same haircut." Turley...
When the pious parishioners of Abingdon Church arrived for Sunday services in the mid-1700s, they stepped into one of the most breathtaking architectural spaces in Virginia. Erected nearly a century earlier, the house of worship had risen from the...
GLOUCESTER – Both lanes of southbound Route 17 in Gloucester County are closed due to a tractor-trailer incident, according to a VDOT release. The road is closed near the intersection with Route 619 (Fiddlers Green Road). More - Find real-...
GLOUCESTER — A 53-year-old Gloucester woman was convicted Monday of charges of driving under the influence and manslaughter in the June 7, 2012, death of a pedestrian she struck alongside Route 17. Debora Sue Auman was convicted following a day-...
Michelle Durham is one of the most unbelievably strong women I know and I am honored to call her a friend. She lost her husband in a horrific car crash and is working tirelessly to help her child recover from life threatening injuries as a result of...
A 27-year-old Gloucester man charged with stealing $28,000 in jewelry, video games and other property in connection with eight daytime burglaries has been released from jail on bond and given a nighttime curfew. Steven Tozer, who lives on Quail Court in...
Tags: Theft, Gaming, Entertainment, Prisons, Hydrocodone (drug)
A commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Civil War raids on Gloucester will begin on April 5 with the unveiling of the Virginia Historical Society's Civil War panel exhibit at Gloucester Arts On Main Street. The event begins at 6 p.m. and is free and...
Gloucester County taxes more boats annually than are registered here, according to state and county figures. The county has 4,326 registered boats, according to statistics provided by the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. There are 14 other...
Commissioner of Revenue Kevin Wilson had this to say in an email on Thursday regarding the plans by the Board of Supervisors to tweak a county ordinance so that vendors and organizers of events such as the Daffodil Festival won't be assessed a $500 fee by...
Gloucester County is one of 19 local cities, counties and school districts in Virginia and 247 across the nation to receive an award for its transparent government website. The "Sunny Award" is from Sunshine Review, a national nonprofit organization...
A statewide tornado drill is scheduled for March 12 at 9:45 a.m. with a tone alert sent out over radio and television broadcasts. Over the past two years, 62 tornadoes have touched down in Virginia, said a state spokesman. The twisters have claimed...
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