wfir-defaultRICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Hurricane Matthew will cost Virginia more than $2 million in bridge and road damage and cleanup costs.   The Virginian Pilot reports that the state Department of Transportation said the final addition of the storm’s cost could take several days.  Southampton County had more than $1 million in damage to its roads, while Isle of Wight County had $300,000.   A VDOT official said nine roads will require major repairs, including U.S. 58 in Southampton.