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Northumberland County Circuit Court Report

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened Tuesday, May 17, with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding. In the case of Elijah W. McKinley of Heathsville, charged with failure to appear on a felony offense, a bond hearing was continued to July 12. Derrick L. Brown of Heathsville, pleaded guilty...
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Northumberland radio committee recommends digital system upgrade

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland board of supervisors at a special meeting on Wednesday, May 18, heard details on a proposed digital radio upgrade and joining the Upper Middle Peninsula Regional Radio System with Essex, King and Queen, Mathews and Richmond counties. Lancaster County also has expressed interest but has not formally...
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Group retraces enslaved man's escape route from Virginia to Connecticut

Group at the start of retracing James Lindsey Smith's escape at Rice's Hotel /Hughlett's Tavern in Heathsville. From left: Kathy Schuder, Jonathan Wibberly, Robenson Charlotin, Caleb Roseme, Alexi Valle, Charles Sydnor, Adam Bowles. 184 years ago, James Lindsey Smith, an enslaved man in Northumberland County on Virginia's Northern Neck, made...
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$656,500 capital plan on way to Northumberland supervisors

HEATHSVILLE—After a public hearing without comment, the Northumberland planning commission on Thursday, May 5, voted to recommend a proposed $656,500 capital improvement budget to the board of supervisors. The decision was unanimous, 7-0, with Chris Cralle, Ed King, Patrick O-Brien, Vivian Diggs, Garfield Parker, Al Fisher Jr. and Heidi...
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Northumberland County Circuit Court Report

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened for term day Tuesday, April 26, with the Hon. Judge R. Michael McKenney presiding. In the case of Rayquawn T. Ball of Lancaster, charged with felony malicious shooting at a vehicle, felony discharge of a firearm or missiles within or at a building, felony attempt to maliciously shoot, and felony destruction of a monument or property, a trial was set for August 1.
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Northumberland County Court Report

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened Tuesday, April 19, with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding. In the case of Dashaune J. Smith of Lancaster, charged with three felony counts of malicious wounding, felony malicious shooting at or throwing missiles at a car, train, or vessel, and use of a firearm in a first felony offense, bond was granted and a trial will be set on May 31.