[Posted on Jul 29, 2015 | 224 views]
Equipment unloads and covers solid waste in the newest cell at the Middle Peninsula Landfill in upper Gloucester Friday. The facility observed its 20th year in operation in late June. Photo by Bill Nachman
Greg Enterline, who oversees Waste Management facilities in Gloucester, Northern Neck and Hampton, stands near the plant that converts landfill gas to electricity at the Owl Trap facility. Photo by Bill Nachman
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The looming budget crisis

President appeals to shipyard workers to fend off cuts

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Mathews seeks grants for downtown revitalization

Supervisors pledge to provide matching funds

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School board asks for $2.6M for Walker renovations

Will transform part of former school into office space

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Gore trial to be held next week

Couple’s young daughter was found starving and covered in her own waste in 2011

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County employees satisfied despite less-than-average pay, report says

Pay is nearly 14 percent below the midpoint of the market average

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