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Public hearing scheduled for water, sewer charges and leaks

November 16, 2016
By Michael Campbell News Editor The sound of dripping water may not only result in costly repairs, it could cause an unwelcome surprise on your water bills depending on how long the leak has existed. Prince George leaders now want...
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Prince George supervisors adopt direct sales license tax

November 16, 2016
By Michael Campbell News Editor Prince George leaders unanimously agreed to adopt a license tax for those engaging in direct sales in the county. During their meeting last week, supervisors considered and approved setting a tax rate for direct sellers...
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Petersburg shooting leaves Prince George man dead

November 16, 2016
By: Michael Campbell - News Editor A Prince George man has died after a shooting in Petersburg's Walnut Hill neighborhood Tuesday. According to Petersburg Police, 22-year-old Darian A. Glover was the victim of a shooting in the 600 block of...
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Election Results: 2016 November General Election

November 9, 2016
Millions of Virginians made their way to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots in a historic election that had the eyes of the world watching, which eventually saw Republican Donald Trump and Mike Pence winning their way to The...
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Local hospitals get high marks from rating group on patient safety

November 9, 2016
By Michael Campbell - News Editor Illness can strike at anytime and, when you have to be taken to a hospital, you hope it’s one that prides itself on patient safety to help you recover. For several hospitals in the region,...
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PG Electric Coop. begins broadband pilot program

November 9, 2016
By Michael Campbell - News Editor Following its mantra of providing services to those who need it, Prince George Electric Cooperative is launching a test program in the county that provides Internet services to customers. Officials with PGEC announced the...
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