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  • More snow food: country ham and bourbon

     
    Robert of Cross Keys' fine Free Market Friday guest post got postponed a couple of days this week, but hasn't everything? I laughed out loud at his description of his ham. Here's RoCK. EL A day before this little weather......
  • RoCK hams it up

     
    This is one of Robert of Cross Key's best Free Market Friday guest posts yet, and it continues today's piggy theme. He calls himself a poor carver, but those ham slices look pretty good to me. ELRight before the holidays,......
  • Yearning for Marconi's

     
    I'm not, but some people still are and are still commenting on an old post about where to get the Maison Marconi chopped salad recipe, which led to this joke from Bucky:Q: How many Baltimoreans does it take to screw......
  • Has Dining@Large affected my reviewing style?

     
    Under Monday Morning Quarterbacking, Robert (the single one) had this to say:As I was reading your review and got to the end of paragraph 3, it occurred to me that maybe the Sandbox conversational style has found its way into......
  • County fair fundraiser offers fried catfish, delivery for bulk orders

    The Isle of Wight County Fair is holding a fish fry fundraiser that promises fried catfish on the fly - and at your door, if you're willing to pony up for a few extra plates. The "Fish Fry to Go" fundraiser will take place at Powerhouse Equipment in...
  • Friday's 4/18 local schedule (updated Friday AM)

    BASKETBALL Southern Hoop Group Jam Fest (17- , 16- and 15-and-under competition at Boo Williams Sportsplex), 3 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (at Churchland High): Consolation game: Mike Duman Auto Sales vs. Cherry Bekaert, 3:15 Semifinals: Roger...
  • Isle of Wight residents split on proposed budget

    ISLE OF WIGHT — More than a dozen Isle of Wight residents spoke about the proposed budget at a Board of Supervisors meeting Thursday night, with some offering support for the proposal and many pleading with the supervisors not to defund programs....
  • Cantrell named marketing and sales officer at Virginia Company Bank

    Cantrell named marketing and sales officer at Virginia Company Bank
    Laura Cantrell recently joined¬†Virginia Company Bank as vice president for sales and marketing at the corporate office in Newport News City Center. As marketing and sales officer, Cantrell’s responsibilities include development of internal and...
  • Notes and notables

    Open Door Award The Daily Press Editorial Board gives the Open Door Award each month to a public official or organization in recognition of dedication to transparency and public access. This month's goes to Virginia's Freedom of Information Advisory...
  • Armed robber gets no loot after store clerk flees

    A man with a knife tried to rob the Subway sandwich shop on Route 209 in Middle Smithfield Township on Tuesday night, but the clerk ran out and so did the would-be robber. State police at Swiftwater said no one was hurt, and the man did not get any cash...
  • Catch Bria Kelly's "Wild Horses" performance here

    In case you missed it (or, like us, just want to watch it again), here's Smithfield's Bria Kelly singing the heck out of "Wild Horses" by the Rolling Stones.  Kelly rode this performance into the top 12 on NBC's 'The Voice.' She'll now compete in...
  • Bria Kelly makes the cut on 'The Voice'

    Bria Kelly makes the cut on 'The Voice'
    Smithfield’s favorite singer is still in the race. Tuesday night, 18-year-old Bria Kelly made it to the final 12 of NBC’s “The Voice,” and she did so by singing “Wild Horses.” Her coach Usher made her his first choice...