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  1. Relic hunter surrounded by Civil War ghostsRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2017 | Fluvanna Review

    Steve Sylvia traces his interest in the Civil War to his childhood, sparked by his brother's help reading Shelby Foote's Shiloh .a But it was a belt buckle that belonged to a long-forgotten Union soldier that may have been the catalyst for a life-long involvement in the history of this nation's defining conflict, a career writing about Civil War relics, and even appearances on segments of the PBS series Antiques Roadshow .a Following graduation from the University of Maryland's journalism program and a couple years performing and traveling with a rock and roll band, Sylvia found himself in search of opportunity.a "I had a gal singing for me in 1972. The band broke up.

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  2. The stones whisperRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2017 | Fluvanna Review

    Every other week, a group of volunteers of both African American and Caucasian descent gather around a long table at the Louisa County Historical Society's Sargeant Museum and set up their laptops, in what has developed into a "sewing circle with computers," as member Robin Patton put it. The volunteers are part of a research project called "Will the Stones Whisper their Names," which is documenting the burial sites of African Americans, many of whom were enslaved.

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  3. The stones whisperRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2017 | Fluvanna Review

    Every other week, a group of volunteers of both African American and Caucasian descent gather around a long table at the Louisa County Historical Society's Sargeant Museum and set up their laptops, in what has developed into a "sewing circle with computers," as member Robin Patton put it. The volunteers are part of a research project called "Will the Stones Whisper their Names," which is documenting the burial sites of African Americans, many of whom were enslaved.

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  4. Fluvanna and Louisa CHIP offices combine for better serviceRead the original story

    Jul 13, 2017 | Fluvanna Review

    For years, workers for the Jefferson Area Children's Health Improvement Program that covers Fluvanna operated out of a storefront in the Village of Palmyra. But when an opportunity came to merge the Fluvanna and Louisa offices, they took it, said Terri Lamb, a registered nurse.

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  5. Two property owners hold out against water pipelineRead the original story

    Mar 16, 2017 | Fluvanna Review

    Two Fluvanna households are holding out against attempts by the James River Water Authority to take easements through their land for a water pipeline. Both Bialkowski and Seay were vocal opponents of the JRWA project's location when it came to a head last winter.

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  6. Girl Scouts celebrate life of Alli Sears, 8Read the original story

    Feb 2, 2017 | Fluvanna Review

    Sunday was bittersweet for the Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline who filled Sheridan Funeral Home in Kents Store to pay respects to the family of their sister brownie Allianna Sears of Troop 1484. One week earlier, sudden illness had claimed her life.

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