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Column: Some locals migrate from Sandbridge come summer

BY LISA BURKETT SANDBRIDGE — When we think of migration, we may think of animals and birds, particularly those in our area like shorebirds, monarch butterflies and those beautiful whales jumping and feeding at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. Many… Continue Reading

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Beachcomber’s most valuable finds are peace, beauty of dawn in Sandbridge

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE SANDBRIDGE — Robert Rayson, a Chesapeake man who was a Navy cook and works in a shipyard, saw a commercial for a metal detector. It seemed like fun. So he bit. Now he sometimes combs the beach at… Continue Reading

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Spring Beach Cleanup brings residents out to spruce up Sandbridge

THE INDEPENDENT NEWS SANDBRIDGE — Locals gathered this past month at a picnic area at Little Island Park to gather bags and supplies and check areas mapped out in this residential beach community. Businessmen James Barton and Kevin Wong were co-chairs of… Continue Reading

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In Sandbridge, Jones celebrated for life, friendship, unique gift

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE SANDBRIDGE — Richard “Dick” Jones III is remembered for his love of family, friends and life, especially life in Sandbridge, where he built a home, lasting relationships and a reputation for his unique act of kindness – giving… Continue Reading