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EquipVA supports students working to complete Workforce Credential Programs at Thomas Nelson Community College and Rappahannock Community College. Equipping people with the tools they need to strengthen their lives, families and community. That’s what Karen and Steve Barrs of Little England Mercantile have set out to do with EquipVA, a new scholarship fund they established …

“Before Karen Barrs and her husband, Steve, moved to Little England in late 2013, a sign outdoors read “LITTLE ENGLAND POSITIVELY NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.” The previous owners of the Gloucester farm, who lived full-time in Europe, hadn’t visited the property in years. Although it was well-maintained by caretakers, there was nobody to enjoy …

First phase completes this fall, with long-term building upgrades at Gloucester Point crossroads ongoing into 2018. A storied Gloucester Point crossroads is getting a facelift and more, thanks to new owners and construction partners with a plan to return a local shopping landmark to its former glory. Tidemill Shops, at the corner of Tidemill Road …

Steve Barrs and Steve Spain Tidemill Shops Before Pic
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