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And then there were two. Late month, state Del. Scott Surovell (D-44th) announced his intention to seek the seat of retiring state Sen. Toddy Puller (D-36th), whose district covers precincts in eastern Prince William and Stafford counties but is anchored in Fairfax County.
When Manassas Mayor Hal Parrish (R) last week announced his intention to seek the seat of retiring state Sen. Chuck Colgan (D-29th), he focused his campaign on two chief areas: transportation and education. Both are obvious choices for Parrish, the representative for Manassas on the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) since its inception.
In remarks today on the floor of the Virginia House of Delegates, Delegate Ed Scott (R-Madison) announced that he will not be a candidate for re-election this year. Delegate Scott made his decision based on the demands of his job as a partner in a local small business.
The Waterloo Bridge, closed for more than a year, has attracted a group of supporters who wish to see the historic span repaired, not destroyed.
Is your Culpeper home unsafe or unsightly?
White Served in Culpeper Registrar’s Office for more than 10 years, the last seven as General Registrar
One of the co-defendants in the 2014 Labor Day jail break beat the charges brought against him for his alleged role in the escape of Horace Thompson Owens, Jr. during a two-hour trial January 20 in Culpeper Circuit Court.
The Governor’s speech was disappointing with its focus on Medicaid expansion and divisive social issues.
The Culpeper Town Council got their man after Acting Town Manager Chris Hively accepted the town council’s unanimous offer earlier this month to become town manager. .