For more than a week a group of young filmmakers from Los Angeles have gone relatively unnoticed. Tucked away in rural Northumberland County, sleeping during the day and shooting at night they use local woods and country roads as the backdrop to their suspense-thriller, Roadside.
Articles by Pamela D'Angelo
Along a strip of Route 360 in Haynesville passersby might do a doubletake when they see what’s parked in the lot of Bryant’s Bear Service. WCVE Noethern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo explains.
This weekend, more than a dozen artists throughout the Northern Neck will open their private studios to the public to raise money for the Northumberland Public Library in Heathsville. WCVE Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
Once a month, chicken enthusiasts from in and around the Northern Neck meet in the parking lot of the Warsaw Tractor Supply Company to sell all sizes, ages and varieties of the bird. Last month drew a good many roosters and show birds. In the second half of her report, WCVE Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo talks with some of those enthusiasts.
Once a month chicken enthusiasts from in and around the Northern Neck meet in the parking lot of the Warsaw Tractor Supply Company to sell all sizes, ages and varieties of the bird. This is not your Kentucky Fried or Perdue chicken, although a few unsold roosters may end up in the stew pot.
During the last days of the 2011 session of the Virginia General Assembly, Delegate Albert Pollard who represents the 99th District announced his retirement on the House floor. He recently spoke to correspondent Pamela D’Angelo about his final term and the future of the Northern Neck.
The Rappahannock Community College plans to expand its workforce training by opening a campus in the town of Kilmarnock next spring. WCVE Northern Neck correspondent Pamela D'Angelo reports.
For the past 37 years volunteers for the Smith Point Sea Rescue have helped boaters and sailors in trouble in and around the Northern Neck waters of the Chesapeake Bay.
The Northumberland County Board of Supervisors will interview land planning consultants this week as it seeks to hire outside help in making a decision on a controversial proposed development of 898-acres of conservation land along the Chesapeake Bay. WCVE Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
Northern Neck Delegate Albert Pollard, Jr. surprised colleagues on Friday by announcing on the House floor he would not be seeking another term of office.