Tag: Prince George

charlottesville

Charlottesville appoints Chris Cullinan director of finance

At its December 1 meeting, Charlottesville City Council appointed Chris Cullinan as Director of Finance for the City of Charlottesville.


virginia

VDACS recognizes extension agents for outstanding service

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has recognized Virginia Cooperative Extension agents and specialists for their outstanding participation in the plastic pesticide container recycling program, the pesticide disposal program and pesticide safety education courses.


McAuliffe awards $6 million in School Security Equipment Grants

Governor Terry McAuliffe on Thursday awarded $6 million in School Security Equipment Grants to protect students and teachers in 100 school divisions and six regional educational programs.


police

FBI headquarters finalists include Northern Virginia location

A joint panel of the General Services Administration (GSA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has concluded site evaluations for the new FBI Headquarters and has identified three sites as potential locations.


richmond flying squirrels

Richmond Flying Squirrels top Bowie, 5-0

Left-hander Adalberto Mejia set the course for the Richmond Flying Squirrels (57-40) with five scoreless innings as they breezed past the Bowie Baysox (50-47), 5-0, on Monday afternoon at Prince George’s Stadium.


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Richmond coasts past Bowie, 7-2

The Richmond Flying Squirrels (56-40) cruised past the Bowie Baysox (50-46), 7-2, on Sunday night at Prince George’s Stadium.


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Richmond loses pitchers’ duel in Bowie, 2-0

In a pitcher’s duel between Bowie righty Zach Davies and Richmond lefty Jack Snodgrass, the Baysox (50-45) prevailed, 2-0, over the Flying Squirrels (55-40) at Prince George’s Stadium on Saturday night.


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Richmond overcomes shaky D, tops Bowie, 5-3

The Richmond Flying Squirrels (55-39) defeated the Bowie Baysox (49-45), 5-3, on Friday night at Prince George’s Stadium.


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Richmond tops Bowie, 5-1, takes series

Left-hander Ty Blach worked six scoreless innings to lead the Richmond Flying Squirrels (4-3) to a, 5-1, victory over the Bowie Baysox (5-2) on Wednesday afternoon at Prince George’s Stadium. Blach earned his first Double-A win, as the Squirrels posted their first series victory of the season.


business

Vireol Bio Energy to add 70 jobs in Hopewell

Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced today that Vireol Bio Energy LLC will commission the former Osage Bio Energy facility and begin production of ethanol in the City of Hopewell.


richmond flying squirrels

Richmond Flying Squirrels split pair in Bowie

The Richmond Flying Squirrels (3-3) and the Bowie Baysox (5-1) split a double header at Prince George’s Stadium on Tuesday night. Richmond claimed the opener, 5-3, and Bowie prevailed in eight innings in the nightcap, 2-1.


mark herring

Attorney General Mark Herring launches public safety tour

Attorney General Mark R. Herring has launched a two week public safety tour of Virginia in which he will hold 22 regional meetings to hear from local public safety and law enforcement leaders and local elected officials about challenges in their area and ways that he can help protect our communities.


Who doesn’t mind the snowy winter? Farmers

Cold temperatures and regularly occurring snowstorms this winter have even hardy folks like Virginia farmers eager for spring to arrive.


newspaper

Enhancements to WIC program will benefit participants and state

This past November, the Commonwealth of Virginia introduced a new system to manage eligibility and business functions for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), while simultaneously transitioning from a paper voucher system to an Electronic Benefits Transfer, or EBT card, system.