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A reel big prize: Final White Marlin Open leaderboard McLeskey of Virginia Beach was the winner, reeling in her 94-pound white marlin on Aug. 5. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: Members of the White Marlin Open staff weigh a 94-pound white marlin caught by Cheryl McKlesky of Virginia Beach on Wednesday. Hers was the winning marlin. Comment?
Turtle power: Rehabbed reptiles race back to the sea Hundreds came out to see the turtles being released by the National Aquarium. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: Thomas Barden, 9, of Smyrna, Delaware, holds a manatee tusk during a sea turtle releasing event at Assateague State Park on Thursday. Comment?
Beach to Bay Seafood puts focus on quality Princess Anne-based restaurant touts soup as big seller. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: In fact, their soup is so popular that Beach to Bay is in the process of taking their soup to the national level by selling canned soup to grocery markets and the public around the Eastern Seaboard. Comment?
Bundick strikes deal on remaining arson cases Convicted Accomack arsonist Tonya Bundick entered an Alford plea on 61 remaining charges. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: Convicted Accomack County arsonist Tonya Bundick entered an Alford plea on all charges remaining against her, cutting short a scheduled two-day jury trial about a single arson count. Comment?
The arson trial of Tonya Bundick of Hopeton ended abruptly shortly after noon Tuesday when Bundick entered an Alford plea on one count each of arson and conspiracy to commit arson. Circuit Judge Glen A. Tyler, in dismissing the jury, told them the timing was 'a little unusual,' but said, 'All kinds of cases get resolved at all stages of the proceedings.' Comment?
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel Commissioners raised questions at their Tuesday meeting about a written submission made by Commissioner John W. Salm III in August when the 10 percent toll hike, scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, was approved. Commission Secretary-Treasurer Frederick T. Stant III, who represents Virginia Beach asked to add a statement to the minutes contained in the introduction of Salm's materials, and to hold off on approving minutes until Salm was present. Comment?
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