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Mr. Shawn E. Nock of Melfa

Funeral services for Mr. Shawn E. Nock of Melfa, will be conducted on Saturday at 1PM from Snead’s Memorial United Methodist Church, Keller, with Rev. James Nock officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Family and friends may call on Friday from 6-8 at the Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co,...

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Mr. James C. Savage of Parksley

Funeral services for Mr. James C. Savage of Parksley, will be conducted on Saturday at 11AM from the New Metompkin Baptist Church, Parksley, with the Rev. Ricardo Poulson officiating. Interment will be in the Wharton Cemetery, Parksley. Family and friends may call on Friday 6-8 at the Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co.,...

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November 8, 2017

1. 1996 Nissan Pathfinder, $2,000 OBO. 757-678-6465 2. LF place to rent in Accomack County between Melfa and Parksley, 2-3 bedroom, can afford $750 a month. 302-396-4698 3. 2 Stihl chainsaws. Snap on tools. Table saw. 894-1521 4. 4×3 foot unframed wall mirror, $100. Set of snow tires, for a 2007 Ford F-150, $100. Coffee table and end tables, $50. 757-710-0132 5. GE 30 inch electric range, 4 burner, works great. Whirlpool 30 inch refrigerator freezer, works great, white. $150 for the pair. 665-4868 6. Gray and white kitten, healthy and friendly, 12 weeks old, medium length hair, looking for a good home, free. 442-3366 7. Washer and dryer, can deliver, $150. 442-2465 8. Doors, various kinds, cheap. 2 tables and chairs. 2002 Honda motor, out of a wrecked car, exhaust and other parts, $900 OBO. 709-2836 9. Wood stove, 27.5 x 24 inches with glass door, used 2 months, paid $699, asking $250. Perfection oil space heater, 36 x 26 inches, fan, 50k BTU, $150. Portable dish washer, $75. 824-3222 10. LF humidifier. 678-2244 11. 1997 Full size Chevy pickup 1500, looks good, runs good. 2 seat bicycle. 302-515-4294 12. LF small burning barrel. 787-7542 13. LF professional person for a 4 bedroom house share, references are needed. 757-387-2442 14. HP InkJet printer, $10. Huffy 10 Speed Bicycle, new tubes and tires, good shape, $20. 757-709-0031 15. 1...

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Broadwater Volleyball Wins

The #5 seed Broadwater Academy Vikings Volleyball team defeated #12 seed Richmond Christian on Tuesday night. Broadwater Academy won the match by scores of 25-21, 25-21 and 25-17. Broadwater Academy advances to the quarterfinals of the Division 3 tournament and will play at #4 seed North Cross of Roanoke on Wednesday night at 5:00...

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November 7, 2017

1. 1996 Nissan Pathfinder, $2,000 OBO. 757-678-6465 2. LF large dog house.757-693-0568 anytime 3. 2006 Nissan Pathfinder SE for sale. Very good condition, 159,000 miles. Asking $5,000. Call 757-710-9254 4. Looking to buy 225-70-15 small truck tires. 757-894-1696 5. Donald Trump Picture, ‘The Sisters’. 3,000 Records. 800 45-records from 40s and 50s. 709-4205 6. LF 215-75-15 tires. 757-710-7593 7. 65 gallon water heater, $100. Pine needles, all raked up, come get them. 442-3056 8. Gas heater, cast iron, 2 stage adjustable flame, very heavy. 990-1045 9. Washing machine, $75. Small freezer, $75. 709-0162 10. 30 inch electric range, GE, good shape, everything works. 30 inch refrigerator, Whirlpool. $150 for both. 894-0823 11. Two Michelin tires size 225/50/17 in great condition, $30 each or both for $50. Collection of older Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Sr. Nascar die cast for sale. Call (410)430-0476 if interested. Can send pics if interested 12. 1989 Atlantic 19 1/2 foot long boat, good title, redone stern built up to 25 inches, just needs a floor.  $700 firm. 53 Crab pots all rigged up with 38 feet of new rope, full bullet buoys 1/2 inch frames.  Only used for 2 weeks this Spring.  $1,200 firm. Call 757-350-9207 or text message to 757-710-1294. 13. 4 Off-Road Truck Tires 4 B.F. Goodrich Rugged Terrain T/A Tires P265/65R17 Good Condition, asking $200. Call 757-678-3876  (Leave a message.) 14. LF washer...

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Lee LeProwse Merrill

Lee LeProwse Merrill of Greenbackville, Virginia passed away on Friday, November 3, 2017 at the age of 60 at her residence. There will be a graveside service on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at Greenbackville Union Cemetery, Greenbackville, Va.  at 2:00 PM. Local arrangements made by Fox Funeral Home, Temperanceville,  Va.  Condolences maybe made at...

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Broadwater Volleyball to Host State Playoff Game Tuesday

The Broadwater Academy Vikings Volleyball team finished the regular season ranked 5th in the State for Virginia Independent Schools Division 4. Broadwater’s season record is 15-5. They fell in 5 against Atlantic Shore Christian School in the Metro Conference Semi-Finals. They will host the opening round of the state playoffs Tuesday evening at Broadwater versus Richmond Christian at 5:30...

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Northampton Education Golf Tournament Winners Announced

The Northampton County Education Foundation (NCEF) 11th Annual Golf Tournament was held on Friday Oct 13, 2017 at the Bay Creek Golf Club Palmer Course with 67 golfers enjoying a competitive round of golf and helping NCEF in its efforts to support Northampton County Public Schools. The mission of NCEF, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is to engage the community and mobilize resources to promote student performance and excellence in teaching in our public schools. The foursome of Adam Wells, Lee Robbins, Will Russell, and Andrew Morris won the first flight. The foursome of Eddie Spencer, Jeff Holland, Matt Boggs, and...

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Mrs. Leona Ward Morris

Mrs. Leona Ward Morris, 85, wife of the late Rev. Luther Rudolph Morris and a resident of Cashville, VA, passed away on Saturday, November 4, 2017, at Riverside Shore Rehabilitation Center in Parksley, VA. Born June 15, 1932 in Ahoskie, NC, she was the daughter of the late Lloyd Ward and Oleather Brown Duer.  Mrs. Morris was a very active member of Broadway Baptist Church, and former cafeteria worker at the former Mary Nottingham Smith school. Survivors include her two children, Joseph Samuel Morris and his wife Pat, and Sheila Morris Thomas and her husband Scott, all of Cashville; two grandchildren, Jenna Thomas O’Connor and her husband Danny, and Jeffrey Thomas and his wife Jordan; and a great-granddaughter, Gwendolyn O’Connor. Funeral services will be conducted from the chapel of the Williams-Onancock Funeral Home on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 2:00 p.m., with The Reverend Robert L. Smoot officiating.  Interment will follow in the Mount Holly Cemetery in Onancock.  There will be a visitation at the funeral home, one hour prior to the service. Flowers will be accepted, or memorial donations may be made to  Broadway Baptist Church, c/o Season Stiles, 34350 Shelley Farm, Painter, VA  23420, or to the Onancock Volunteer Fire Department (OVFD), c/o David Mason, P.O. Box 124, Onancock, VA  23417. Memory tributes may be shared with the family at www.williamsfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements by the Williams-Onancock Funeral...

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Weekend Football Schedule

Friday Night Northampton at Arcadia 7:00 PM* Greenbrier Christian at Chincoteague 7:00 PM   Saturday Fuqua at Broadwater 2:00 PM*   *Game will be broadcast on 103.3 FM...

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Nandua Volleyball wins in 2A Tournament, hosting Posquoson Saturday

1A Regionals West Point defeated Chincoteague in the semi-finals of the 1A regional volleyball tournament.  The loss ends the season for the Ponies 2A Regionals  Nandua defeated Arcadia in the 1st round of the 2A volleyball tournament.  The win advances the Warriors to the 2nd round which will be held at Nandua on Saturday at 2pm.  The Warriors will be hosting...

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Northampton Hires John Chandler as Finance Director

Northampton County is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. John Chandler as Finance Director, effective December 4, 2017. Mr. Chandler is currently the Vice-President for Finance with the Bayshore Concrete Products Corporation and had previously served as Assistant Finance Director for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District. Mr. Chandler was born and raised in Onancock, Virginia. He attended Accomack County Public Schools, graduating from Onancock High School in 1982. John furthered his education by earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a Finance Concentration from Longwood University. Additionally, Mr. Chandler completed the Professional Accounting...

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November 2, 2017

1. Deep Well Water Pump  $350  709-9458 2. Conversion Van Loaded 1997 m Clean  Leather. TV. Captain’s Chairs Bed. $3900 OBO  757-693-1611 3. Twin Bed With Headboard Box Spring And Mattress Asking $100. Long Dresser 68 Inches Long With 6 Drawers  $75 And Mirror. 665-4323 4. Mini Refrigerator With Attached Microwave. $75 Obo. 442-3836 5. Paw Patrol Pillows.$10. NFL Pillow Cases,$20 Set. 678-3544 6. Camouflage Futon, $45. Cream Colored Love Seat In Good Condition, $45. 302-1311 7.  2002  Honda Engine, 3.0  Exhaust All There $900 OBO 96K Miles. 440 Watt Amp, GG, Sub Woofer. $300 Obo. Table And Chairs, 3 Tables  6 Chairs For A Set. 824-3281 8. Homade Rock Candy  40 Flavors. Single Or Mixed. Half Pint Mason Jars,.$4.  442-4019 9. Dash Board For A Small Boat. 4 Ft. Plastic Pool Ladder For Inground Pool. Plate Temper Or Thumper. LF A 12 At A Ladder....

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Mr. Thomas Ray Parks, Sr. of Wachapreague

Mr. Thomas Ray Parks, Sr., devoted husband of the late Maureen Flynn “Penny” Parks, and patriarch of the Parks family, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at his home. A resident and native of Wachapreague, VA, and a former longtime resident of Onancock, VA, Thomas Ray was born May 3, 1933 to the late Wilson A. Parks and Annie Landon Parks.  He retired from the Accomack County Public School System, where he was a teacher and devoted football and basketball coach, enthusiastically inspiring both his students and players, over many years.  Following his school career, he was an inspector with the Virginia Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures Division.  Thomas Ray accepted a retirement incentive from the state of Virginia that he couldn’t refuse, enabling him to enjoy many quality years enjoying what he adored most:  being with his children and their families.  He greatly cherished these times, and they were the favorite and most comforting of his life. Thomas Ray graduated from Lynchburg College; served his country in the United States Coast Guard; was an avid golfer and hunter; loved gardening and especially looked forward to sharing the fruits of his labor; and enjoyed attending local high school football games. Survivors include his nine loving children, Thomas Ray Parks, Jr. and wife Mary Jane, of Exmore, VA, Patrick M. Parks and wife Kim, of Chesterfield, VA,...

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Frank W. Blake II of Parksley

Sgt. Frank William Blake II, also known as Frankie Bill, 75, prideful owner and resident of “Pussy Hotel”, in Parksley, VA, walked graciously into the arms of his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, November 1, 2017. Born May 4, 1942 in Philippi, WV, he was the son of the late Reverend Frank William Blake and Beryl “Maxine” Lawhorn Blake.  Frank proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corps, owned and operated Blake Water & Sewage, and became notorious for his talents as a private investigator. With a mind that was always moving, there were few times you’d ever see Frank idle, and never without a funny joke or an entertaining story to share.  He enjoyed spending his days working in his garden; walking the fields of Sterling Farm searching for shards, arrowheads, and old bottles; deer hunting; watching sunsets and wildlife from his kitchen window, especially the otters, herons, and bald eagles; saving turtles along the back roads; browsing Pinterest; working on his beloved Nicorette sculpture; visiting his dear friends, Walt and Linda Wessells, Kenny Roberts, Ben and Suzanne Justis, and Sam and Linda Brown; and last but not least, the day was complete with his nightly ritual of dinner (which often included fresh sliced tomatoes, corn on the cob, and vanilla ice cream) during his favorite shows, Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune.  Frank’s green thumb yielded...

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Mr. Nathaniel H. Stanley of Radcliff

Funeral Service for Mr. Nathaniel H. Stanley of Radcliff, Kentucky formerly of the Eastern Shore will be conducted from the New Allen Memorial A.M.E. Church, Franktown, Virginia Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 2:30 PM. with Rev. Dr. Kenneth Ruff Officiating. Interment will be in the New Allen Memorial A.M.E. Church Cemetery, Franktown, Virginia. Relatives and friends may call at the John O. Morris Funeral Home, Nassawadox Friday evening. Mr. Stanley will be remembered as the brother of the late Reverend Alvin Stanley,...

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Local Youth Football Update and Schedule

The Accomack County Parks & Recreation Department’s Youth Flag Football League is in full swing with some exciting games. The Cooper & Humbles Knights defeated the Northampton Eagles in Salisbury last Saturday on a late touchdown run, 27-20. The next contest had the Wicomico Redskins over the Northampton Eagles, 21-16. Play resumes next week with a flurry of games. Schedule: Wednesday, November 8, 2017, Arcadia High School 6:30PM   Northampton Eagles vs Cooper & Humbles Knights (5-8) Friday, November 10, 2017, Northampton High School 6:00PM   Northampton Eagles vs Accomack (9-12) Saturday, November 11, 2017, Machipongo, Virginia 12:00 noon  Cooper &...

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November 1, 2017

 Parts for a 1996 Monte Carlo: starter, 2 alternators, electric parts. Oil tank. 387-7618  3 tires, 195-5515, $50. 894-7591  John Deere GT245 garden tractor (20HP) with 54 inch deck that is a 3 blade mid-mount. New pulleys, belts, and an additional set of tires. All tires are in great condition. Asking $500 OBO. Call 443-864-9294  4 seater spa hot tub, $450. 20 gallon antique Colburn cast iron hog killing pot, call for prices. LF sun cloud electric heater and cabinet. 710-5238 after 5  1997 Lincoln Continental, fully loaded, $1,000 OBO. 757-694-7470  Gas cooking stove, $75. 757-678-5436  1993 Chevy pickup, v8, $500 OBO. 614-512-9151 in Melfa  Need someone to move a 5th wheel travel trailer a couple of miles. 709-4342  Lost keys. Man in a green Ford Escort. 709-5736  2001 Kia Sofia, 4 cylinder, needs some work, $700 OBO. 1995 Dodge Dakota, $600 OBO, needs some work. 410-422-8973  John Deere 345 garden tractor that hasn’t run in years, it ran when parked, good for parts or restoration, 54 inch deck, liquid cooled Kawasaki engine, electric PTO. Old Murray rider that does not have a deck, has not been started since last fall. Older Snapper 30inch rear engine rider,  good parts mower. Will sell one or all in a pkg. deal , need gone, will sell cheap/trades call for neg  prices, come look, make offer, call Chris at 757-787-2710 anytime  Silver...

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Johnny Braden Gibbons, Jr.

Johnny Braden Gibbons, Jr., 69, of Bloxom, husband of Rosemary Gibbons, passed away on October 30, 2017 at Hospice By the Lake in Salisbury. Born on January 21, 1948 in Nassawadox, he was the son of Johnny Gibbons, Sr. and Myrtle Spence Gibbons. He worked as a mechanic for Tysons for over 30 years and was a longtime member of Zion Baptist Church where he was an usher and the chief coffee maker for Sunday School. Other than his wife, he is survived by a son, Johnny Gibbons, III., and wife Angelique of Temperanceville; two grandsons, Brady and Berkley...

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