By Carol Vaughn —
Terry R. McAuliffe won the Democratic primary in Virginia Tuesday to become the party’s candidate for governor in the November election.
The former governor handily won his party’s nomination for a second term with over 61% of the vote according to unofficial results Tuesday night, prevailing over...
By Stefanie Jackson – One Northampton town will have a new council member following Tuesday’s election – the Cape Charles town council will welcome Andrew Follmer to its fold.
Follmer ran for the Cape Charles town council in 2018, but the three seats available
went to current council members Tammy Holloway,...
By Linda Cicoira -- Harris Phillips was victorious in his quest for reelection to the Accomack Board of Supervisors at the polls Tuesday. The District 5 supervisor received nearly 56% of the votes winning over challenger James Rich.
Phillips got 524 votes to Rich’s 416.
“Thank you so much to all...
By Linda Cicoira -- Miriam Riggs, a local artist, businesswoman, mother, and environmental activist, announced this week she will seek election to the District 7 seat on the Accomack Board of Supervisors.
The seat is currently held by Supervisor Laura Belle Gordy, who is not seeking reelection. Riggs, of Cashville,...
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