• Cape Charles Facing Departures in Key Positions

    By Stefanie Jackson -- Cape Charles will lose two of its top officials within the next four months. Mayor George Proto, whose four-year term ends June 30, is not seeking re-election, and Town Manager Brent Manuel, who has held his position for nearly three years, has resigned effective April 6. Manuel did not provide a reason for his resignation, … [Continue Reading]

    Cape Charles Facing Departures in Key Positions
  • Tyson To Use Shallow Aquifer for Some Water Withdrawals

    By Linda Cicoira -- Tyson Foods promised the Accomack Board of Supervisors Wednesday that it would require farmers to use the Shore’s more abundant and shallow Columbia aquifer for water needed for cooling chicken houses. “We will go back to retrofit the houses,” Kevin Taylor, the company’s Temperanceville plant manager announced to the audience … [Continue Reading]

    Tyson To Use Shallow Aquifer for Some Water Withdrawals
  • Accomack Deputies Investigate Death

    By Linda Cicoira -- Deputies are investigating Wednesday’s death of a 34-year-old Onancock man, according to Accomack Sheriff Todd Godwin. The body of Kenneth W. Simpkins Jr. was found on the back deck of a residence on Bradford Neck Road in Quinby when deputies responded to a report made at about 1:30 p.m. Feb. 21. An autopsy was performed … [Continue Reading]

    Accomack Deputies Investigate Death

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