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Seaford (York, Virginia)

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  • No bond again for York man charged in homicide

    No bond again for York man charged in homicide
    A York man charged in connection with a county homicide last month will remain jailed after a failed bond appeal Thursday. Allen Dale Williams appeared in York-Poquoson Circuit Court to appeal a ruling made late last month in York-Poquoson General...
  • King Rejected Obama's Offer As Ambassador

    King Rejected Obama's Offer As Ambassador
    According to reports, New York Congressman Peter King rejected an offer from the Obama administration to take on the role as U.S. ambassador to Ireland back in January. Sources say Obama's Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel contacted King, the week before the...
  • Hometown Sounds: Seaford's Ron Fetner has made music the center of his life for 40 years

    Hometown Sounds: Seaford's Ron Fetner has made music the center of his life for 40 years
    Ron Fetner is an award-winning songwriter who has managed to keep music at the center of his life for 40 years. Having grown up in Vienna, Va., Fetner spent years playing with the Washington, D.C., rock band Cherry Smash before relocating to the...
  • A Family's Anguish: Heroin High

    A Family's Anguish: Heroin High
    We've received such a huge response to our two-part report, HEROIN HIGH, that we wanted to share with PIX viewers more footage from our interview with Doreen and Victor Ciappa, who lost their only daughter, Natalie, just 18 years old, to a heroin overdose...
  • York County public schools

    York County School Division 302 Dare Road, Yorktown, 898-0300 Website: yorkcountyschools.org Eric Williams, superintendent Dennis Jarrett, chief financial officer Lucia Sebastian, chief academic officer Bethel Manor Elementary 1797 First St., Langley Air...
  • LI Gun Dealers Caught Selling Assault Weapons

    LI Gun Dealers Caught Selling Assault Weapons
    Four gun store owners and five employees on Long Island are under arrest Thursday after selling assault weapons to undercover investigators, according to the Nassau County D.A. "The nine men arrested today were openly breaking the law, making a...
  • Community news: Tidewater Golfweek Amateur Tour stands out again

    The scorecard for the 2011 Tidewater Golfweek Amateur Tour is a big-time winner again. The scorecard features the following: • A national team championship for the third time in the last four years. • Two national individual champions. &#...
  • Just Looking: 301 York Point Road, Seaford

    Just Looking: 301 York Point Road, Seaford
    Address: 301 York Point Road, Seaford Price: $1,600,000 Listing agent: Greg Garrett, greg garrett realty.com, (757)879-0000, greggarrett@pobox.com Basic: Lots of water surround this secluded property – a pond is in the front but the back of the...
  • John Lloyd Bergbower, city police commander

    John Lloyd Bergbower, city police commander
    John Lloyd Bergbower, a Johns Hopkins Medicine security vice president who as a city police commander battled drug buyers in Southwest Baltimore, suffered a fall at his North Baltimore home Sunday and died later that day at Sinai Hospital. He was 60. "He...
  • Cactus restaurant in York County retools its image to become more family-friendly

    Cactus restaurant in York County retools its image to become more family-friendly
    When Kim Dean-Hatfield was growing up, she and her family would eat at a casual Mexican restaurant on Route 17 in York County. The restaurant is now called the Cactus, and Hatfield, 43, has been its manager since November. She and her brother, Bobby...
  • Bill To Slash Homeland Security Has Local GOP Big Fighting His Party

    Bill To Slash Homeland Security Has Local GOP Big Fighting His Party
    Fighting the variety of security threats facing the New York City Metro Area costs money, about a half-billion federal dollars a year at last count. But a new proposal from the Republican Party slashes that amount so significantly that it has a...