[Posted on Aug 20, 2014 | 219 views]
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner listens as Gloucester Point resident Stephen Heidenthal, seated right, shares his frustrations with service at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs during the senator’s stop Monday at the Disabled American Veterans facility in Gloucester. Heidenthal’s wife, Crystal, in red, talked with the senator, as well. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner listens as Gloucester Point resident Stephen Heidenthal, seated right, shares his frustrations with service at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs during the senator’s stop Monday at the Disabled American Veterans facility in Gloucester. Heidenthal’s wife, Crystal, in red, talked with the senator, as well. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
 
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Car show event comes to Mathews

Closing concert will be by Blessid Union of Souls

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Observances held to remember war dead

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Gloucester and Mathews honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice

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Bay Transit to build new facility in Gloucester

Groundbreaking this summer for $5 million administration and maintenace facility

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Sailboat capsizes

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Towboat comes to the rescue and gets in trouble, too

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Hearing Tuesday on proposed changes to utility fees

A second public hearing will be held on general provisions in the code

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Supervisors approve policy for dealing with FEMA grants

Also approve VDOT’s 6-Year Plan for the county

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