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Christchurch, VA

Heads of state: A walk among giant presidential busts

If you've always wanted to get close to a head of state, then make your way to this swampy field just outside Historic Williamsburg, Virginia, where gigantic and decaying busts – some 20 feet tall, weighing several tons each – portray every U.S. president from George Washington to George W. Bush.
WILLIAMSBURG, VA
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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...
HORRY COUNTY, SC
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ACPD: Man Found Badly Injured Thursday; Case Handed Over to County Attorney

A 26-year-old man was found badly injured, and required hospitalization, Thursday in Ark City, according to a statement from police. Just before 10:30 p.m., officers responded to the 400 block of South C St. in Ark City for the report of an unresponsive male. His name has not been made public.
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Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death

According to the website of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, "Henry's first biographer, William Wirt of Maryland ... began to collect materials for the biography in 1808, nine years after Henry's death. From the recollections of men like Thomas Jefferson, Wirt reconstructed an account of Henry's life, including the remarks presented below," given before the Second Virginia Convention on March 23, 1975.
WILLIAMSBURG, VA
theaquarian.com

A Place to Bury Strangers at the Music Hall of Williamsburg / June 6, 2022

A Place to Bury Strangers brutally batters instruments and eardrums at their concerts. At the Music Hall of Williamsburg, guitarist/vocalist Oliver Ackermann violently destroyed his guitar within the first 10 minutes of the performance, repeatedly throwing it high into the air and deliberately not attempting to catch it before it smashed into pieces against the stage floor; later guitars also suffered his unmerciful abuse. Bassist John Fedowitz and drummer Sandra Fedowitz were equally aggressive in the manner in which they played their instruments. They played fast, hard-pounding rhythms while Ackermann experimented with whatever ear-piercing sounds he could draw from his guitars, amplifiers, and distortion devices. That is only the start of the A Place to Bury Strangers concert experience.
WILLIAMSBURG, VA
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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...
VIRGINIA STATE
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Yorktown Market Days

Shop for seasonal produce; fresh baked goods; meats; fresh-cut flowers; handmade soaps and candles; honey; gourmet dog treats; and a beautiful display of work from local artists and artisans. Due to the evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic—all York County sponsored and partner community events are subject to postponement or...
YORK COUNTY, VA
spinsheet.com

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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Rappahannock Record

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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