By Carol Vaughn—
After a quick-paced live auction Saturday afternoon, Tammy & Johnny’s restaurant was sold for $176,000 to the owners of a popular Accomack County pizzeria.
Ali and Jessica Celik, of Roma’s Diner & Pizzeria in Nelsonia, outbid several others, including other local restaurateurs, to purchase the property on Route...
By Carol Vaughn —
A former Eastern Shore fast-food icon will be sold at auction Saturday, April 10.
Tammy & Johnny’s, on Route 13 in Melfa, for decades was the go-to eatery on the Shore for fried chicken, as well as being known for its cheesesteak subs, hamburgers, and more.
By Linda CicoiraFour foals from the famous Assateague herd of wild ponies, including the medicine hat colt, will be sold in a silent auction in December by their owner, the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company.“We have four late born foals for sale,” said Denise Bowden, a spokesperson for...
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