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Quadruple Murder Suspect Alexander Hill Captured In New York; Victim’s Family Relieved

Michael Campbell April 23, 2015 Comments Off

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA – “There is no question now that the real work is truly beginning and we’re ready to start on the road to justice.” Those were the words of Petersburg Commonwealth’s Attorney Casandra Connover

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Report: Suspect in Petersburg Quadruple Murder Arrested in New York

Michael Campbell April 23, 2015 Comments Off

PETERSBURG – Days after family and members gathered to remember four Petersburg family members who were slain in their home, media reports are circulating that the man charged in connection with the murder has

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Blue Bell, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream Issue Recalls, Health Warnings for Possible Listeria

Web Team April 23, 2015 Comments Off

VIRGINIA – It has been a rough time for the ice cream and dessert industry as Blue Bell, one of the highest selling ice cream brands in the country, and Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

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Memorial Service Scheduled for Monday for Past Burrowsville Vol. Fire Chief Luther Vick

Web Team April 23, 2015 Comments Off

UPDATE – In a statement from Prince George County Fire and EMS director Brad Owens, a family visitation will be held for Vick on Monday April 27 at the Burrowsville Ruritan Club located at

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Heritage Quilts On Display at Prince George Heritage Center This Week

Web Team April 22, 2015 Comments Off

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, VA – “A Garden of Quilts” is on display at the Prince George Heritage Center this week in observance of Garden Week in Virginia. The quilts, on loan from local residents,

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PG Police Collect 200 Pounds of Medications During Drug Take-Back Day

Web Team April 21, 2015 Comments Off

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY – The Police Department collected more than 200 pounds of medication during this month’s Drug Take Back Day. For several hours, police officers, youth volunteers and a representative from the Department

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Prince George, Central, Southeastern Va. Under ‘Enhanced’ Risk of Severe Weather Monday

Web Team April 20, 2015 Comments Off

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, VA – The work week is starting off with a risk of severe weather for much of the Interstate 95 and 85 corridor throughout Virginia. The National Weather Service Storm Prediction

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State Wants Millions Back from Route 460 Contractor After Governor Terminates Contract

Michael Campbell April 17, 2015 Comments Off

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, VA. – The ongoing saga with the U.S. Route 460 project continues as the Governor’s office announced that a termination notice had been sent to US 460 Mobility Partners, the contractor

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Elderly Prince George Woman Recovering After Being Attacked by Neighbor’s Pit Bull

Web Team April 17, 2015 Comments Off

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, VA – An elderly woman is recovering at John Randolph Medical Center in Hopewell after police say she was attacked by a pit bull while checking the mail Thursday afternoon. According

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Governor McAuliffe Declares April 16, 2015 Virginia Tech Rememberance Day

Web Team April 16, 2015 Comments Off

RICHMOND, VA. – Eight years ago today, 32 people at the Virginia Tech campus were slain in the deadliest campus shooting in U.S. history, marking a dark moment in the history of the Commonwealth

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