2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 #1437093 in Chesapeake VA SOLD

www.hallchevroletchesapeake.com SOLD – Ifyou are looking for real value on a great new car, Hall Chevrolet Western Branch in Chesapeake VA invites you to come in and test drive this 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, stock# 1437093. We are conveniently located near Chesapeake VA Norfolk, VA and known for our great selection, reliability and quality. Come take a look at this 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 today. Visit our website for more information on this vehicle and our full inventory. Hall Chevrolet Western Branch in Chesapeake VA 3412 Western Branch Blvd Chesapeake VA Norfolk VA, 23321 888-643-3476 Visit our website for more information on this vehicle or to browse our large inventory of used vehicles. Interested in this vehicle? Visit our website or give us a call toll free at: 888-643-3476 About MileOne Hall Chevrolet: We are a new and certified used Chevrolet dealership serving the Chesapeake area. If you live in Norfolk, Portsmouth or Virginia Beach, you are just a short trip away from a new or used Chevy car, truck, or SUV. Call or visit us today for your best deal! To find another MileOne Automotive dealership in your area, visit www.mileone.com
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108 acres Farm Pendleton County WV SOLD

REDUCED! FARM Land w/Bunkhouse Easy Access off county road, 108 +/- acres, private, secluded, fenced , cross fencing, large barn, Views of Spruce Knob-highest point in elevation. Hay fields, bunkhouse, meadows, pasture. Stream, woods, a must see! Looking for peace & quiet with 360 degree views. This is it! a must see. Great for hunting, retirement, riding 4-wheelers. or perfect farm land. www.countryhomeswv.com

Traffic and sold out hotels at Virginia Beach

by Karen Hopkins VIRGINIA BEACH– The traffic is bumper to bumper as people head to the Virginia Beach oceanfront for the Fourth of July. “We actually didn’t start hitting traffic until we got off the interstate,” tourist Kasey McCaw said. More families will hit the road this holiday weekend. AAA expects travel to jump 19 percent in Virginia. “We’re seeing folks that are going to take their summer vacation regardless of what is going on with the economy,” Steve LaFonde said. The economy hurt business at Barclay Bed and Breakfast. But now, owner Steve LaFonde says it’s picking up. All the rooms are booked. He says having more toursits in town means more tax revenue for the city. “Between the military and tourism, that’s what makes Virginia Beach run.” The Hilton, Holiday Inn, Wyndham and Best Western tell 13 News they’re sold out and welcoming those guests. “I think they’re treating tourists like they are really gald they are here,” Marie-Louise said. McCaw said getting here is worth the traffic wait. “Hopefully we’ll see some fireworks.”
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