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Author: Charlie Russell

January 16, 2018

1. LF Pekinese Puppy. 387-7808 2. 7 Pairs Of Vinyl Shutters 66 By 12 5 Pair 55 Inches Wide 894-5994 3. LF Somebody To Weld A Gate 894-5809 4. LF A56 Belgian Browning Shotgun. LF Pistol With 1911 Frame 45 Cal, Old Decoys 387-7506 5. Lot Of Hunting,Stuff 10 By 10 Dog Kennels With Houses, Ford 150 Pickup 1992, $1000. 757-693-1238 6. Electric Wheel Chair, Will Discuss Price, 2000 Ford Mustang Gt,$3500 757-266-7722 7. International Tractor With Blade. 710-0810 8. 87 Dodge Pickup $800. 710-4752 9. 2 Air Conditioners , One New , $150 Both, Motorcycle Helmet New $75 709-9201 10. Craftsman 24 Inch Front Tine Tiller, Swisher Weed Wacker Trimming Mower $200 Ea Or $350 For Both, Guitar Amp, Practice And Performance 200 W, Portable,By Crate $125. 710-5600 11. F1S 150 Cc, Scooter, 3200 Miles, $400 , 894-6198 12. Class A Gill Net Permit $2000. Dupli Decoy Carver F-200 Series $350 990-9267 13. Nordictrack Audio Strider 600 $100, 5 Infrared Heaters For Sale Used One Season $20 Each.678-6759 14. LF 2000 Buick Or Oldsmobile 4 Door Car Body, Does Not Have To Run But Needs Clear Title,442-7946 15. LF Good Used Electric Stove. 536-9422 16. 4 Marine Velvet Drive Clutches, 2 Mercruiser, 2 Gm,For Small Block Engines, 2 1972 Model Mercruiser Ford Engines, 302, Boat Trailer, Tandem Axle $1200, 787-7105 17. 19 Ft. Grady White With Galvanized Trailer...

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ANEC Warns Larger Electric Bills On the Way Due to Cold Conditions

A&N Electric Cooperative (ANEC) is reporting higher-than-normal energy usage throughout the service area for the first week of 2018. Since the holiday break, subfreezing temperatures have lingered for days and are expected throughout the month of January. This will force cooperative members to use more electricity to heat their homes and businesses. The Cooperative is warning that the additional energy consumption will lead to higher electricity bills. “Weather can dramatically affect a co-op member’s electricity bill,” said ANEC’s Director of Billing, Lori Shreaves. “We want our members to understand that the severe cold weather and their energy usage during...

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Republicans Defeat Democratic Push for Stricter Gun Laws

RICHMOND, Va. (AP)- A Virginia state Senate panel has defeated a Democratic push for stricter gun laws. A Republican-led panel voted Monday to block legislation that would allow cities and counties to ban firearms at certain public events. The bill came in response to a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville last summer where several participants were heavily armed. Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe enacted similar rules on a temporary basis last November. The panel also voted down a bill to expand mandatory background checks on gun buyers. The vote comes two days after newly sworn-in Gov. Ralph Northam, a...

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Bill to Increase Felony Minimum to $500 Moving Through Senate

RICHMOND, Va. (AP)- A bill designed to soften penalties in Virginia for stealing smaller dollar items is moving through the state Senate. A Senate panel voted Monday for a bill to raise the felony threshold from $200 to $500. Virginia has kept its felony bar at $200 since 1980 and is tied with New Jersey for the lowest in the country. Most other states have raised the dollar minimum for felony charges to keep pace with inflation. The Republican-led committee voted to increase the threshold but rejected a push by newly sworn-in Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam to raise the...

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Accomac Library to Open Today

The Eastern Shore Public Library has been closed since December 21 due to the failure of its boiler.  The heating system has been replaced and the library in Accomac will re-open Tuesday, January 16 at 9:00 a.m. as regularly scheduled.  The library staff greatly appreciates the patience of library patrons and no fines accumulated during the closure.  For more information, call the library at (757)...

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Eastern Shore Background Included in Northam’s Inaugural Address

Ralph Northam was inaugurated as the seventy-third Governor of Virginia Saturday. Judge Glen Tyler administered the oath of office to the Eastern Shore native. Northam credited his parents Wescott “Judge” Northam and Nancy Northam with instilling values that still ring true today. In his inaugural address Northam said, “My mother taught children who were learning English as their second language to read. She worked in health care, nursing sick people back to health on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. She volunteered with the hospice, comforting people in their final hours. She taught me that, no matter who we are or where...

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Bloxom to Serve on Ag, Finance and Transportation Committees

Delegate Rob Bloxom has been named to the Agriculture, Finance and Transportation Committees. The committee assignment was announced by House Speaker Kirk Cox Wednesday. Bloxom has served on Agriculture and Finance since being elected to the House of Delegates in a special election in February 2014....

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New Church Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening to Bomb Former Girlfriend’s Residence

By Wesley Edwards Christopher Linton, of New Church Virginia was in Accomack County Circuit Court Thursday facing a threat to burn or bomb a residence and the violation of a protective order. When the Linton case was called defense attorney Tucker Watson told judge Lewis that a plea agreement had been reached that basically said he would plea guilty to 2 felonies and one misdemeanor. Outlining the case judge Lewis stated that on March 28, 2017 the defendant was arrested for threatening to burn or bomb the residence of the mother of his child, in addition to 2 misdemeanor...

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Shore Good News: Snow Lessons

  Today Linda Baylis Spence takes a look at lessons from the recent snowstorm.   http://shoredailynews.com/shoredailynews/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/SGN-Snow-Lessons.mp3  ...

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Cashville Boy to Become Governor Today

Ralph Northam who was born and raised in Cashville will be inagurated as Virginia’s 73 governor today at noon.  The ceremony will take place on the Capitol steps in Richmond.   Tickets are required to attend the event.  Following the ceremony there will be an Inagural Parade in downtown Richmond.   Following the parade,  Governor Northam and his wife Pam will entertain visitors at the Governor’s Mansion.   The day will wrap up with the Inagural Ball tonight starting at 8:00. Northam, a pediatric nurologist entered politics when he was elected to the Virginia Senate in 2008.  He was then nominated for...

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McAuliffe Touts Va. Tourism Industry

RICHMOND, Va  According to an article on WAVY.com, On his last day in office,  Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says the Commonwealth’s tourism industry has grown by $2.2 billion since he took office. Tourism has been a big part of McAuliffe’s efforts to build a “new Virginia economy” since he was elected in 2013. “Virginia’s tourism industry is a critical component of the new Virginia economy, providing jobs for our citizens and funneling millions of dollars back into our communities,” McAuliffe said in a statement Thursday. McAuliffe’s office said the governor has awarded more than $3.3 million in tourism grants across the Commonwealth. The McAuliffe has also sought to boost Virginia’s wine and craft beer industries over the past four years. Across the Commonwealth, there are now 250 craft breweries, more than 280 wineries and over 20 cideries. McAuliffe said Thursday that travelers spent nearly $65 million per day in Virginia. The industry as a whole saw an annual growth rate of 3.3 percent. This growth had impacts in areas including employment and even entertainment — with films and  TV shows being filmed  in the Commonwealth. According to McAuliffe’s office, people working in tourism earned $5.6 billion in payroll income — a 5.4 percent increase over 2015. There was a total of $23.7 billion in revenue from tourism along in...

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Accomac Man Pleads Guilty to B&E

James  Logan was in Accomack County Circuit Court Thursday facing grand larceny, burgulary, and possession of a firearm by a felon.  The charges occurred on July 22, 2016.  Logan confessed and testified against his codefendant for breaking and entering the garage of Mr. James Lucas and removing several firearms.  When the victim returned home the defendants were still on the scene but immediately fled.   Lucas pursued the defendants in his automobile but was said he felt unsafe.  Logan was arrested two days later. Logan pled guilty and the case was continued until April 2, 2018 after a presentence report...

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Libraries to Close for Holidays

In honor of our state holidays, Eastern Shore Public Libraries in Accomac, Cape Charles, Chincoteague, and Nassawadox will be closed on Friday, January 12 for Lee-Jackson Day and Monday, January 15 for Martin Luther King Day. These libraries will be OPEN on Saturday, January 13 normal hours EXCEPT for the Accomac library which is closed for boiler replacement. Patrons are not accumulating library fines until the library is open. For additional information or to leave a message for Accomac staff, please call the Northampton Free Library at (757)...

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Library Officials Update Plans for New Facility

The Accomack County Public Library conducted two meetings to update the public on the progress of the new library. Greg Leukmire of RRMM, a company that specializes in designing libraries revealed the design of the new library. Leukmire said that the building will be approximately 20,000 square feet. The current library in Accomac is 12,000 square feet.   Lukmire said the size of the structure is correlated with the size of the community and any other special needs. He said the design should not only accommodate the needs of the library but also be viable going forward. The new library...

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Northampton Schools Receive $597,000 Increase

By Wesley Edwards Tuesday night a public hearing was held in Northampton County that was a result of the school board requesting an increase of $597,103 in order to appropriate the balances remaining in the federal awards after reimbursements were processed. This was explained that this money was from the federal government and if not spent on individual designated line items it would have to be refunded to the government. All of this money will go to what is called title programs with the County having 27 months after the programs were appropriated to spend this money even though...

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McAuliffe Touts Economic Development in Final Address

Richmond Va. (AP) — Outgoing Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe touted his record on economic development Wednesday in his final annual address to state lawmakers, yet said his proudest achievement was restoring voting and other civil rights to thousands of felons who had finished their sentences. The “State of the Commonwealth” address was a chance for the upbeat Democratic governor, who is often mentioned as a potential presidential candidate, to highlight what he considered his accomplishments and to offer advice for Virginia’s path forward. On Saturday, the term-limited McAuliffe turns the office over to fellow Democrat Ralph Northam. “Virginia is...

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January 11, 2018

1.4 Brown Kitchen Table Chairs 2 Extra $40,20 Inch Table Top Pool Table, $25 Orange Camaro Remote Control Car $30 893-7228 2. Black Low Profile Camper Shell Jericho Brand W/Clamps Off A 2001 Ford Truck 8 Ft. $250 10 Inch Radial Arm Saw,$85 Craftsman 42 Inch Lawn Mower For Parts,$35 442-4843 3. 2 Turkeys A Tom And A Hen, 665-5731 4. 2 Bedroom Garage Apartment In Machipongo $800 Mo,Tenant Pays Own Utilities, Sec. Deposit And References Required, 732-477-7415 5. Edenpure Portable Heater $100 Firm, 442-7268 6. Squier Stratocaster Elect. Guitar, First Act Elect. Guitar, 2 Small Amps, 2 Wah Wah Pedals Chords, $500 OBO. 824-3210 After 5 7. Vermont Castings Wood Stove Med. Sized Glass Doors, Top Feed, $400 VGC 710-8365 8. LF Someone Who Has A Cattle Watering Trough, 250-500 Gls, Galvanized Or Stainless , Or A Tank That Can Be Cut, 999-0059 9. 4 Tires Like New, $60 , T215-50-r14,Riding Lawn Mower.48 Inch $500 442-5623 10. LF Set Of 265-75-16 Tires 710-8901 11. Oil Tank, 387-7618 12. 4 48 Inch Shop Lights $10 Each W Bulbs. 442-3056 13. Great Big Wrenches, Air Wrenches And Nail Gun 894-1521 14. 22 Bolt Action Rifle $150 , Rear Tine Rototiller $250 709-8740 15. Set Of Tires 185-65 R14,Will Discuss Price 824-5389 Set Of Rims Will Discuss Price, Table Kitchen Round, Wdp, 16. LF Round Kerosene Stove, LF Transportation, Desperate Need,...

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Robert Harmon, Sr.

Funeral services for Mr. Robert Harmon, Sr. of Newport News, Va will be held on Saturday at 2 PM at New Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Exmore, VA.  A public viewing will be held two hours prior to the service at the Church.  Pastor Jeffrey Smith will be the Eulogist. Interment will be in the Church Cemetery.  Services are being provided by the Smith & Scott Funeral Home, Exmore,...

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Robert Harmon, Jr

Funeral services for Mr. Robert Harmon, Jr. of Eastville, VA will be held on Saturday at 2 PM at the New Nt. Calvary Baptist Church, Exmore, VA.  A public viewing will be held two hours prior to the service at the Church.  Pastor Jeffrey Smith will be the Eulogist.  Interment will be at Ebenezer A.M.E. Church Cemetery, Capeville, VA.  Services are being provided by the Smith & Scott Funeral Home, Exmore,...

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