By Carol Vaughn
An old railroad depot near Greenbackville that played a role in the first railroad on Virginia’s Eastern Shore is in danger of being demolished.
Chincoteague Bay Field Station, a marine science education consortium in Wallops, has an agreement with the U. S. Department of Education to use federally...
By Linda Cicoira -- Construction in Captain’s Cove, in Greenbackville, was stopped earlier this month and pilings were ordered to be removed because they were erected without a permit.
The unauthorized work was being done in the tidal zone, said Chris Guvernator, Accomack’s director of environmental programs. It was along...
By Linda Cicoira -- The victim of an alleged abduction in Greenbackville says her boyfriend, who was arrested for the crime, did not kidnap her.
On Monday, Vermelle Tontrese Moore, 18, told Judge Gordon Vincent, of Accomack General District Court, that Jerry Antoine Satchell Jr., with whom she lives, did...
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