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Norfolk Man Discovers Portsmouth Still Exists

NORFOLK, Va. — Local resident Mark Buckner was stunned this week to learn that Portsmouth, Virginia is still a city.

Buckner, 25, reacted to the news of Portsmouth’s continuing existence with genuine astonishment. 436 more words

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Tappahannock Locals Excited To See Native Chris Brown on Virginia’s Presidential Election Ballot

TAPPAHANNOCK, Va. — Expressing excitement about the prospect of their small town finally being put on the map, Tappahannock residents are looking forward to seeing their very own Chris Brown on Virginia’s presidential election ballot, the community confirmed Wednesday. 189 more words

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Ginuwine Named Grand Marshall of 2020 Chincoteague Pony Swim

CHINCOTEAGUE, Va. — An old tradition got a new twist as organizers of the 95th annual Chincoteague Pony Swim named R&B singer Ginuwine as the grand marshall in an attempt to bring more tourism dollars to the local economy. 369 more words

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Norfolk Resident Considering Dealing With HRBT Traffic for a Trip to Publix

NORFOLK, Va. — Weighing the pros and cons of a trip to Williamsburg for a premier grocery store, Norfolk resident Larry Hughes is considering dealing with the notorious Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel traffic for a trip to Publix, sources confirmed Tuesday. 348 more words

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Northam Denies Being in Virginia Beach Photo After Apologizing for Being in Virginia Beach Photo

RICHMOND, Va. — Despite apologizing for actions that many critics called reckless and hypocritical, Gov. Ralph Northam has now denied being present in several photos supposedly showing him in Virginia Beach this past weekend, interacting with others while disregarding recommended COVID-19 guidelines.   180 more words

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The Magic of the muddy bits !.

Mr Giles and Mr Griffiths.

Post 1 : Maurice Griffiths.

Part ‘G’ of the boats and designers series.

Blog time : it’s late April 2020, by now i should have been well on my way along the UK south coast , my plan being to get around to the east coast by autumn and finding a temporary winter home for WABI”’ somewhere in one of the rivers around the Thames estuary.  2,131 more words

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