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Crews investigating late night house fire in Burgess area

HORRY COUNTY, S.C. (WMBF) – Horry County Fire Rescue crews are investigating what started a fire at a home in the Burgess area. HCFR was called around 11 p.m. Saturday to a home on Forbes Drive, which is close to St. James High School. Firefighters were able to extinguish...
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In-person visitation suspended at 2 correctional centers due to COVID outbreaks

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - In-person visitation has been temporarily suspended at two Virginia correctional centers due to COVID-19 outbreaks. There will be no in-person or video visitations at Baskerville Correctional Center through July 9. In-person visitations have also been suspended at Haynesville Correctional Center until July 8. “We appreciate your...
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1978 Bristol 29.9

Well-maintained, nice wood interior with lots of headroom. Lewmar 40ST winches, Yanmar diesel, h/c water, wheel, bimini. Located in Urbanna, VA. Don Pringle 804.776.8400. $18,700.
BRISTOL, VA
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Valerie Turner gets a $20,000 surprise

KILMARNOCK—For all those skeptics and non-believers, Valarie Turner of Kilmarnock is proof positive that Publishers Clearing House (PCH) is not a scam. Turner was lying on her sofa about 10:30 a.m. last Tuesday, watching “Let’s Make a Deal” in between her morning and mid-day summer school bus runs, when she got a knock at the door. Turner wasn’t expecting company. And she surely wasn’t expecting what was on the other side of her front door—Dave Sayer and Howie Guja, the PCH Prize Patrol, there to present her a $20,000 check.
KILMARNOCK, VA
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Lilian Lumber Company celebrates

Lilian Lumber Company, 15115 Northumberland Highway, Burgess, on Sunday, June 26, celebrated 110 years of business and the relocation of the Lumber Yard adjacent to the recently expanded Home Center, including the She Shed and office space. President and chief executive officer William Crowther spoke on the company’s 110 years...
BURGESS, VA
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Notice from Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

Notice from Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC):. "The cost of electricity that Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) delivers to our member-owners has increased significantly over the past few months. These unexpected increases have resulted from volatility in the cost of fuel used to generate electricity, and ongoing global supply chain issues. Beginning today, July 1, 2022, typical residential members will see an estimated 3% increase in their monthly electric bill. This change will be reflected in the Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) line item on the bill, and is directly related to the increase in electricity supply costs as described. Following this increase, effective August 1, 2022, REC’s typical residential members will see an additional approximately 10% increase. Concurrently, businesses and commercial members who are subject to the PCA will see an estimated increase of 13% to 16%.
KING WILLIAM, VA
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Accident stops traffic

An accident involving a vehicle fire halted traffic on both sides of Northumberland Highway between Burgess and Reedville last Saturday afternoon. According to the emergency medical services report, one person was airlifted to VCU Medical Center in Richmond with second and third degree burns, said Northumberland County Sheriff Johnny Beauchamp. Photo by Wendi Ellen Farrow.
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Family boatbuilding fun dominates scene at DMM

Family Boatbuilding Week begins at Maritime Park: The 17th annual Family Boatbuilding Week (FBW) at Deltaville Maritime Museum (DMM) is in full swing under the open events pavilion at the park. The skiffs begin to take shape as the four “build teams” in the picture set the shape of their future watercraft. Come by and see the teams hard at work all week. (Photo by Bill Powell)
DELTAVILLE, VA
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