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Two plead to charges for Fluvanna County robbery, shooting

FLUVANNA COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Two men accused of shooting a shop owner in Fluvanna County during a 2016 robbery have pleaded guilty. Thomas Jackson and John Abbitt entered the pleas on Friday. They were both convicted of malicious wounding and robbery charges. Jackson, Abbitt and a third man

NEWSPLEX.COM - 2018-01-20 01:09:00

Waynesboro man arrested on drug charges

Waynesboro Police arrested 43-year-old Michael Jason Hoke of Waynesboro on Jan. 13 for six felony drug violations. Hoke was charged with three counts of distribution of methamphetamine and three counts of distribution of drugs within 1,000 feet of a school zone. The charges stemmed from a task force

AUGUSTA FREE PRESS - 2018-01-19 22:55:36

Charlottesville Restaurant Week kicks off

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Friday kicks off the start of Charlottesville Restaurant Week. It's a week where you can get a three-course meal for a good price and help a local cause at the same time. Restaurant Week happens twice a year, and this January's week has 39 participating location

NEWSPLEX.COM - 2018-01-19 20:49:00

Drug task force announces two Waynesboro arrests

Members of the Skyline Drug Task Force executed a narcotics search warrant in the 700 block of Malcolm Avenue in the City of Waynesboro on Jan. 17. During the search, officers recovered over an ounce of methamphetamine (with an approximate street value of $1500) and various items of evidence that ar

AUGUSTA FREE PRESS - 2018-01-19 22:57:54

Former Charlottesville Police Officer Appears in Court Behind Closed Doors

The former Charlottesville police officer accused of sexually assaulting a woman was back in court on Thursday, January 18, but the hearing was done behind locked doors. Christopher Seymore is facing two counts of forcible sodomy, and was fired from the department after the allegations came to light

NBC 29 NEWS - 2018-01-18 22:09:00

Fluvanna's Bremo Power Station will become dormant in April

BREMO BLUFF, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Dominion Energy will switch its Bremo Power Station to a dormant status in April. The company said Bremo is one of five plants in Virginia deemed "less efficient and rarely used." "We're putting into cold reserve," said Dan Genest, a Dominion spokesperson. "We're go

NEWSPLEX.COM - 2018-01-20 01:13:00

Large colonial home for under $1M - On the market

STAUNTON - Want a little escape inside the city? How about a large colonial home that sits on over an acre of land all in the Staunton City limits? Built in 1969, this four bedroom, four bathroom house is listed for $750,000 under Kathleen Kellett of Long and Foster Real Estate. The home boasts near

STAUNTON NEWS LEADER - 2018-01-19 15:36:37

2 Men Accept Plea Agreements in Connection to Lake Monticello Road Shooting

Three men could face at least 30 years in prison for their involvement with a shooting and attempted robbery that occurred in Fluvanna in November of 2016. John Abbitt and Thomas Jackson accepted plea agreements on Friday, January 19, for their role in the incident that occurred in 2016. A third def

NBC 29 NEWS - 2018-01-19 23:27:00

Drug, theft charges lodged by Denville cops

DENVILLE TWP. - Two Brooklyn men are facing a bevy of drug and theft charges, following a motor vehicle stop on Wednesday, Jan. 10. The men, Anthony George, 21, and Ray Cole, 22, were charged with eluding police, theft of credit cards, receiving stolen property, possession of under 50 grams of marij

NEWJERSEYHILLS.COM - 2018-01-19 15:45:00

School security: Visitors must sign in through new electronic system

If you're visiting a Powell school, be sure to take your driver's license. Beginning this week, Park County School District No. 1 is using a new electronic sign-in system that requires visitors to scan their licenses. "The idea is to have a visitor management system that enhances our security and al

POWELL TRIBUNE - 2018-01-18 16:28:00

Lovell Elementary School kitchen/cafeteria project in full swing

A noticeable hump in the kitchen/cafeteria floor at Lovell Elementary necessitated the need to build an entirely new addition to the school to house a new kitchen and cafeteria area. The central kitchen is used to cook and supply food to the entire school district. Concern for staff and student safe

LOVELLCHRONICLE.COM - 2018-01-18 16:15:34

Banks battles through multiple illnesses but still perseveres

For Rick Banks, the illness came on suddenly and without warning. He had played Santa Claus for the Lovell Downtown Mingle on Saturday, Nov. 18, and the next week drove his family to a Thanksgiving gathering in Gillette, then back again on Saturday, Nov. 25. Then it struck.Julie and Rick Banks "It w

LOVELLCHRONICLE.COM - 2018-01-18 16:45:03

Wapiti bar, restaurant permit approved by commissioners

A late agreement between neighbors led to the approval of a special use permit and the issue of the county's last available liquor license, allowing a new bar and restaurant to open in Wapiti. When more than 40 members of the public packed the Park County Commissioner meeting room Tuesday for a hear

CODY ENTERPRISE

Culling of 50 does approved

Culling of Cody's urban deer herd will continue this winter with a plan to harvest 50 does from the roughly 241 deer living within city limits. Having listened to opinions about the proposed culling from a handful of people on Tuesday, the city council voted 4-3 on a motion directing Cody police to

CODY ENTERPRISE

McKay bound to District Court

Philip McKay is headed to District Court. At McKay's Jan. 10 preliminary hearing on two felonies and a pair of misdemeanors, the State established probable cause in his case, bond was lowered to $20,000 cash-only and a fuller picture began to emerge of the Wednesday evening events that landed McKay

CODY ENTERPRISE

First baby of 2018 arrives in Powell

On New Year's Eve, Tera and Gordon Cliame thought they may be parents to the first baby of the new year. "We were here on Dec. 31 with false labor," Tera explained. They were sent home to Lovell, and the contractions went away. Eleven days later, the Cliames were back at Powell Valley Hospital. This

POWELL TRIBUNE

Ice Cats hoping for fourth state title

A sense of team camaraderie is one strength the Park County Ice Cats girls team possesses that the skaters hope will lead to their fourth consecutive state title this season. Assistant coach Bob Brenner said the wide range of ages on the team, 10-19, creates an interesting team dynamic. "There aren'

CODY ENTERPRISE

Norwich police arrest sex offender for fifth alleged registry violation in 7 years

Raymond F. Warren Jr. Norwich - Police arrested a registered sex offender Friday for allegedly failing to report an address change, marking the fifth time since 2011 the man has faced charges for violating registry requirements. Raymond F. Warren Jr., 60, of 44 W. Thames St. was arrested Friday morn

THEDAY - 2018-01-20 01:26:00

Haddam declares state of emergency due to ice jams

HADDAM - Town officials declared a state of emergency Thursday due to ice jams and the resulting flooding. The formal declaration asks for state help, saying the town's resources are unable to cope with the effects of the flooding. Officials asked Governor Malloy for help and a state declaration of

FOX61.COM - 2018-01-18 15:54:40

Police Seize Cocaine, BB Guns During Search: New London PD

NEW LONDON, CT - New London police said they seized cocaine, two replica firearms and more after executing a search and seizure warrant Thursday morning. The warrant was served at a Jefferson Avenue apartment at approximately 9:29 a.m., police said. During the execution of the warrant, officers loca

PATCH - 2018-01-18 22:13:02