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I would like each of you to take a few moments to look around your home, check your kitchen cabinets, nightstands, bathrooms, and medicine cabinets.  I bet you will find many bottles of old, out dated and unused prescription medications.  My guess is you will be surprised how many there are.…

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WASHINGTON – Congressman A. Donald McEachin (VA-04) announced last week that funding is available for assistance for funeral expenses for a death which was likely the result of COVID-19. “If you paid for funeral expenses after January 20, 2020 for an individual whose death may have been caus…

We are in the middle of tax season and many have filed their federal and state tax returns, while others are still preparing to file their returns before the April 15th deadline. This is often a stressful time of year, making sure that your returns are filed properly and counting all your de…

Keeping the lines of communication open between the Sheriff’s Office and the citizens of Dinwiddie County has always been a top priority for me.  I have always had an open-door policy and invite all citizens to stop by my office at anytime to discuss any issues you may have. There is no need…

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RICHMOND, VA – Congressman A. Donald McEachin (VA-04) today announced Shea Dowling, an eighth grade student at Albert Hill Middle School in Richmond, and Tobi Ojo, a junior at Grassfield High School in Chesapeake, as the winners of his second annual Black History Month Essay Contest.This yea…

This past week has seen two major ice storms hit Dinwiddie County, something like we have not seen in decades. These storms caused widespread power outages, brought down numerous trees and caused havoc on the interstate and secondary roadways around the county. This brought travel to a near …