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  • A Bit Of Glastonbury History In A Sign

    A Bit Of Glastonbury History In A Sign
    GLASTONBURY — So exactly what is depicted on the new Historical Society of Glastonbury sign on the town green? The dozen images, painted by local artist Dave Magee, represent vital parts of the town's storied history.
  • Sen. Tim Kaine: Give Congress a say in Iraq

    Sen. Tim Kaine thinks the Obama administration can make a good case for U.S. military action to stop the surge of ISIL in Iraq. But the president needs to make it, and not just to the American people but to Congress. The Virginia Democrat stopped in...

    Kaine visits NN Apprentice School

    Kaine visits NN Apprentice School
    An important part of the Hampton Roads economy rests on the shoulders of shipyard workers, and Sen. Tim Kaine says the government should make it easier for more people to get their hands dirty. He didn't hear any argument Wednesday during a tour of...

    Key Republican visits Newport News shipyard

    — Rep. Mac Thornberry hails from Texas, where they say everything is bigger. But even he was impressed after a visit to Newport News Shipbuilding and an up-close look at aircraft carrier and submarine construction. "It is incredibly impressive,"...

    Newport News Shipbuilding prepares to christen submarine John Warner

     Newport News Shipbuilding prepares to christen submarine John Warner
    NEWPORT NEWS — Petty Officer 2nd Class Joseph Koerber, preparing for his first submarine duty, has studied the namesake of his new ship, a man who has "a very rich history." But this isn't someone from the Navy's distant past. In fact, Koerber...