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Preparations, Anticipation Ahead of 36th Annual Hanover Tomato Festival
Hanover County is preparing to welcome thousands of people from across the state for its 36th Annual Hanover Tomato Festival , kicking off on Saturday, July 12. The fun-filled fest will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Pole Green Park .
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Thu Jul 10, 2014
Philly Pretzel Factory expands into Virginia
The Philly Pretzel Factory, which sells soft, Philadelphia-style pretzels, is expanding into Virginia.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Supervisors agree to tweak cash proffer policy rather than rewrite it
The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has decided to modify the county's cash proffer policy rather than pursue a radical rewrite.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Randy Cook & Commonwealth Bluegrass Band Dates for New Album
Randy Cook & Commonwealth Bluegrass Band is based in central Virginia. The band has been together since 2012, quickly building a fan base in central Virginia and beyond.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Charge in fatal crash goes forward
Emotions ran high in Hanover's General District Courtroom Tuesday as a widower retold the story of how his wife died in a fatal January crash.
Chesterfield mom who created "JP's Law" is the first to use it
A Chesterfield mom who inspired a new state law became the first person in the Commonwealth to take advantage of it.
New principal named for Fluvanna Middle School
Brad Stang, a former assistant middle school principal in Hanover County, has been hired as the new principal of Fluvanna County Middle School, officials announced today Stang will begin his job July 9. He replaces Yardley Farquharson, who resigned.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Carlson's DWI Charge in Menzies Death Dropped
The DWI charge against a Mechanicsville doctor accused of hitting and killing a jogger in Hanover County in 2008 has been nolle prosequi, or dropped.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
I-95 bridge project completed early, under budget
Virginia highway officials say the restoration of 11 bridges on Interstate 95 in the Richmond area was completed three months early and $16 million under budget.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Planners forward Atlee grocery store
Will Hanover citizens have a third Walmart store location in the county? Planner C. Harold Padgett Jr., Chickahominy District representative, said at the planning commission's June 19 meeting that this question may be answered in due time.
Hanover supervisors sued over I-95 sign spat
Ground has yet to be broken on a pending outlet mall, expected to bring jobs and tax revenue to Hanover County once completed in the Northlake development off of Lewistown Road.
Diversions week of June 26, 2014
Crafters wanted for the 24th annual Short Pump Ruritan Club Craft Show Saturday, Oct. 25. It will be held at short Pump Middle School - 4701 Pouncey Tract Road.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Once Upon a Mattress' performances scheduled
The Hanover Arts & Activities Center, in partnership with the Hanover Tavern, is sponsoring its eighth musical theatre production this summer.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
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a Highest boat tax on baya draws complaints
A sudden deluge of rain last Thursday evening didn't keep boat and marina owners away from the county's public hearings on next year's budget and tax rates.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Fatal milk truck crash closes Hanover road
Verdon Rd. is closed between Hewlett Rd. and New Market Mill Rd. following a fatal crash that involved a milk truck.
Fri Jun 20, 2014
Crews and neighbors clean up downed trees and power lines in Hanover
It's been a long day for some folks in Hanover County. They are still cleaning up after Thursday night's storms and many people are without power.
Memorial 5K race planned in honor of fallen VSP Trooper Andrew Fox
Family and friends of fallen Virginia State Police Trooper Andrew Fox have planned a memorial race to raise money to establish a scholarship in his name.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Hanover woman, grandchildren narrowly escape being crushed by tree
A Hanover woman says she and her grandchildren narrowly survived being crushed by a tree.
PHOTOS: Strong storms down trees, knock out power to thousands
CBS 6 News crews spotted high winds knocked down part of an awning at a BP gas station in Mechanicsville.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
JP's Law to Help People with Autism of Intellectual Disabilities
A new tool will soon be available in Virginia to help people who have autism or intellectual disabilities enhance their lives.