Ex-USS Arthur W. Radford Reef Sinking Expected Soon

July 29, 2011

Delaware Governor Jack Markell and DNREC Secretary Collin O’Mara were joined by natural resource officials from Maryland and New Jersey in Philadelphia today alongside the ex-USS Arthur W. Radford for a final salute to the destroyer before her final mission into the Atlantic to be sunk as part of the Del-Jersey-Land artificial reef...
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Cape Charles

June 7, 2010

The town of Cape Charles is the largest of Virginia's Northampton County five incorporated towns in both land area and population. But before 1870 the town didn’t exist.
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The Not Usual Places to See in Delmarva

May 31, 2010

Six places to visit in Delmarva that may not be on the usual Must-See lists.
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Assistance Needed from Virginia

April 25, 2010

Send us your Press Releases, Announcements, Event Information and PSAs.
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Posted in Accomack, Commentary, Delmarva, Northampton, Virginia | No Comments »

TECH Center of Northampton Public Schools

March 20, 2010

The TECH Center of Northampton County Public Schools meets the needs of students who have difficulty in a traditional environment. Most of the students of the TECH Center are high school students, although students of lower grades may attend as the need arises.
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