After winning a prolonged court battle in January, the first of seven Episcopal congregations in Virginia returned to their church this weekend in time to celebrate Palm Sunday. Northern Neck correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
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It’s been just three weeks since The Center for Conservation Biology created Project Osprey Watch and already more than 400 people from across the U.S and in the United Kingdom have registered nearly 800 nests. The center, shared by William & Mary and Virginia Commonwealth University, wants to sign up even more. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports. Listeners can find more information at www.osprey-watch.org
This time of year, the road to Richmond is lined with skunks. Not the political sort. These are the black-furred, cat-like animals easily recognized for their bold white stripes and infamous, odious spray. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D'Angelo reports.
A bill to help hard clam farmers on the Eastern Shore concerned Chesapeake Bay watermen and was continued to next year. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
State legislation to reduce the authority of Virginia’s Department of Game and Inland Fisheries was defeated by the Virginia Senate last week, but two similar bills will be considered in the General Assembly next year. The bills introduced by Sen. Richard Stuart of Stafford have some questioning the intentions of its sponsor.
In early December, a world-famous bald eagle was found injured in the Northern Neck and brought back to the Wildlife Center of Virginia, a teaching and research veterinary hospital in Waynesboro, where she is slowly on the mend. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
Last night, the Northumberland County Board of Supervisors approved a controversial 900-acre development on the Chesapeake Bay. WCVE-News Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission yesterday voted to tighten commercial harvests of menhaden on the East Coast by 37 percent of last year’s catch. Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
In the 99th House District, a Republican is replacing Democratic Delegate Albert Pollard who retired earlier this year. Candidates put jobs as their number one concern and newly elected Margaret Ransone has her work cut out. WCVE Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
Voter turnout in the Northern Neck was average, and while many candidates including Republican State Senators Ryan McDougle and Richard Stuart ran unopposed, several races created some nail-biting. WCVE Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.