Sarah Fearing

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Sarah Fearing is the West Point and King William County reporter at the Tidewater Review. Born in Maine, she graduated from UMaine with a degree in psychology and journalism. She has covered topics in Maine such as lobstering, traditional sailing vessels, and UMaine campus events and research. Sarah drives a bright yellow car and enjoys quality time with her cat.

Recent Articles

  • JCC police seek public's help finding violent sex offender

    JCC police seek public's help finding violent sex offender

    The James City County Police are seeking the public's help in locating a violent sex offender who police believe violated probation. Bruce Wayne Harris Jr., 34, is charged with probation violation relating to original charges of carnal knowledge and failure to register as a violent sex offender,...

  • Two adults, six dogs displaced after Williamsburg house fire

    Two adults, six dogs displaced after Williamsburg house fire

    Two adults and six dogs are displaced after a house fire in the 200 block of Thomas Nelson Lane Tuesday night. Several fire departments, including Williamsburg, James City County, York County and Camp Peary, responded to the fire, Williamsburg Fire Department spokesman Eric Stone said. Dispatchers...

  • Newport News police: Missing York man found dead

    Newport News police: Missing York man found dead

    Update: A York County man who was reported missing was found dead in the 12400 block of Warwick Boulevard in Newport News, according to Newport News police. Originally: The York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in finding a man who has been missing since Sunday. David Chase...

  • UPDATE: Power restored all but four customers in Williamsburg

    UPDATE: Power restored all but four customers in Williamsburg

    Update 2:55 p.m.: Power has been restored to all but four Dominion customers in Williamsburg. Only four customers, located at the intersection of Bypass and Richmond roads, are without power after nearly 3,200 residents lost power earlier Tuesday morning. Dominion spokeswoman Bonita Harris said...

  • VDOT: One-mile backup in Croaker after crash

    VDOT: One-mile backup in Croaker after crash

    All eastbound lanes on I-64 near exit 231-A (Croaker) have reopened after a crash Monday afternoon, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. At 2:30 p.m., VDOT was reporting a 1-mile backup still existed. Check back at vagazette.com for updates to this story. Fearing can be reached...

  • Williamsburg Police investigator named 2016 Top Cop

    Williamsburg Police investigator named 2016 Top Cop

    After being named "Standout Officer of the Month" three times, Williamsburg Police Department Investigator Sean Hughes received a 2016 Top Cop award on Oct. 22. The Greater Hampton Roads Crime Lines recognized Hughes at its annual Top Cops awards ceremony at the Renaissance Portsmouth-Norfolk Waterfront...

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