Archives for May 2016

Hurricane Prep Urged

Many different types of weather events can affect us here in Virginia. At the top of the list… hurricanes. Historical […]

Virginia Posts Impressive Job Numbers

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced on Monday, that Virginia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined by 0.1 percentage point in April and […]

Arrest Made In 30-Year-Old Murder Case

An arrest has been made by Investigators from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, in a nearly 30-year murder case. 50 […]

More Bridge Work Underway

If you thought the travel delays associated with the Norris Bridge were now in the rear view mirror… think again. […]

Colonial Beach Hikes Taxes

The Colonial Beach Town Council recently got an update on Westmoreland County’s budget and tax issues. Council learned that with […]

So… Who Is Visiting Virginia The Most?

You might be surprised to learn just who represents the largest international tourist group here in Virginia. If you guessed […]

Voter Registration Numbers Up

Mirroring a trend seen across the nation, folks here in Virginia are rushing to register to vote ahead of the […]

Warsaw Budget Given Stamp Of Approval

In Warsaw, the proposed general and water/wastewater budgets for July 1st this year, through June 30th next year, were unanimously […]

Northumberland Superintendent Responds To Parents Questions

During a recent meeting of the Northumberland County School Board, a local newspaper reported that a question arose from some […]

Group Aims At View Preservation

The Rappahannock River topped the “Natural, Historic and Cultural Resources Threatened by Utility Infrastructure Projects Statewide” category of Preservation Virginia’s […]