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“We love wine and the country way of life that a vineyard offers,” said Kirk Thibault. Mr. Thibault, his wife Lori and daughter Rachel are three years into growing a variety of grapes.
Delaney and Elizabeth Robinson had gone several years to Chincoteague to see the pony crossing. They loved the little ponies that came across the waters to Chincoteague Island.
“In the distance, a procession is led to a small hillside to pay their final respects. Women are dressed in typical mourning attire, clutching their little “hankies” to accommodate the flow of tears.
Chesterfield County has received a $125,000 award from the National Park Service (NPS) Chesapeake Bay Office to design and implement its project at the Relic River Marsh Area on the James River at the Dutch Gap Conservation Area and Henricus Historical Park.
Pau Pau has a new obsession and you could watch them all day long – babies. It doesn’t matter – human babies, kittens, baby birds and even baby turtles. Martha Nemitz has a new obsession as her granddaughter placed on her Face book page, “Pau Pau has a new obsession.”
Elliott Fausz issued a statement in response to a recent Virginian Pilot article, “No Room For Debate” and Daily Press article, “Pilot: Forbes won’t debate opponent” that reveals the single most critical failure in Congressman Randy Forbes’ tenure – his failure to answer to the public.
Carolyn Martin and Ronnie Maxwell have been totally surprised and amazed with a volunteer tomato plant that erupted spontaneously next to a walkway in their flower bed next to their house. For mid-October, the plant is one of the healthiest tomato plants this reporter has seen this late in the season.
They are teenagers now and they are brothers who wanted to make a difference. That’s the simple philosophy that D’Angelo Burns and Kevin Lambert follow as they began their mission to help people and minister through music.
For over 40 years once a month, the social dice game, Bunco, brought these ladies together. Lasting friendships were formed and besides enjoying the dice game, where you only need to know how to roll dice and count, the ladies would each bring a dish for dinner