Pamela D'Angelo has an extensive background in journalism, including experience as a foreign correspondent in Kenya for The Dallas Morning News and The Washington Times and as Washington Desk Editor for United Press International. Pamela also has had writing and editing assignments for The Washington Post and other publications, as well as international press and environmental reporting fellowships in Africa. Pamela has a journalism degree from American University and teaches a journalism course at The University of Richmond.
A regional partnership of state and federal officials says six states and the District of Columbia are showing progress toward cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay. WCVE Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
Four years ago, the Chesapeake Bay and its surrounding states were put on a “Pollution Diet.” Governor Bob McDonnell is touting Virginia as the "Biggest Loser” in its efforts. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
Next month, a group of Maryland watermen will embark on a pilot project to bring an old trade into the 21st century by using new technologies to account for the blue crabs they catch. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D'Angelo reports from Annapolis.
Six states and the District of Columbia are close to completing the second phase of a legal settlement that forces states on a 15–year pollution diet to clean up the Chesapeake Bay. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
Last night, a Northern Neck environmental group hosted their state and federal representatives, all Republicans, to discuss cleanup of the Chesapeake Bay in a down economy. WCVE Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
The world-famous bald eagle found injured in the Northern Neck last December and rehabilitated at the Wildlife Center of Virginia was quietly released at a refuge in the Northern Neck. WCVE Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports from Warsaw..
The governors of Virginia and Maryland yesterday announced that a winter survey of the Chesapeake Bay blue crab has shown the population to be the highest in 20 years. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.