Archives for October 2017

Gillespie Promises Economic Growth

Republican Ed Gillespie is promising both tax cuts and more public school funding. But as Dan Heyman (HI-men) explains, he’s […]

BURGLARS NABBED

One person has been arrested in connection with a burglary in the Ebb Tide area near Oak Grove. Sheriff’s detectives […]

FREE HEALTH CARE TO BE OFFERED IN NOVEMBER

On November 4 and 5, Rappahannock Community College, in partnership with the Remote Area Medical organization, will be offering free […]

GROUP CONSIDERING FORMATION OF MATHEWS CHAMBER

Local businesses and organizations gathered at the Mathews Library recently, to discuss the possibility of forming a Mathews Chamber of […]

Emergency Weight Limits Put In Place On Norris Bridge – Some Will See 85-Mile Detour For At Least 30-Days

A temporary vehicle weight limit of 15 tons will be posted on Route 3 at the Robert O. Norris Bridge […]

DIABETES AWARENESS SERIES SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER

Bon Secours Rappahannock General Hospital and the Northern Neck Family YMCA are hosting the fourth installment of the Diabetes Awareness […]

BIG BLUE TECH MOBILE NOW ON THE ROAD

After months of hard work and planning, the Northumberland Public Library rolled out it’s new “Big Blue” Tech Mobile last […]

Westmoreland Tightens Parking Laws

The Westmoreland County Board of Supervisors recently passed amendments prohibiting parking in handicapped spaces for those who are not handicapped […]

ART SESSION SET FOR TONIGHT

The RAL Art Center, 19 North Main Street, Kilmarnock, will offer Paint Like the Masters—“Emma Allen’s Seasons ” today. The […]

RAPPAHANNOCK GENERAL PLANS MEET AND GREET ON 11/6

Rappahannock General Hospital has set November 6th for the Autumn Meet & Greet, an opportunity to meet with members of […]