Archives for May 2018

Software Glitch Gives More Time For Mathews Taxpayer

Some software glitches have given an unexpected slight reprieve to Mathews County taxpayers. The due date for paying the first […]

Few Traffic Deaths Mar Virginia’s Holiday Weekend

Virginia experienced its fewest number of traffic deaths during the 2018 Memorial Day weekend… in fact, the lowest in at […]

Bon Secours Rappahannock General Gets American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines ® -Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award

Bon Secours Rappahannock General Hospital received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines ® -Stroke Gold Plus […]

Search On For Missing Middlesex Man

We have learned this morning, that authorities are searching for a 61-year-old man that went missing in Middlesex County a […]

Ransone Sponsors And Governor Signs Bill Authorizing Sale Of Invasive Fish In Virginia

Last Friday, Governor Ralph Northam signed Del. Ransone’s bill… HB1404… which authorizes the sale of Snakehead fish by licensed retailers. […]

Accused Murderer’s Preliminary Hearing Postponed

A preliminary hearing for 23 year old accused murderer Alvin Keyser of Topping, was continued this week in Middlesex General […]

Mount Zion Road In Middlesex County Now Closed

Route 695 (Mount Zion Road) in Middlesex County is closed to through traffic for approximately three weeks after heavy rain […]

Lancaster School Bomb Threat Remains Open Case

Lancaster High School was cleared after a bomb threat Wednesday morning forced the evacuation of all students and staff. Middle […]

Federal Judge Sides With Gloucester Transgender

A federal judge in Norfolk has sided with a transgender teenager from Gloucester County over his battle to use the […]

Federal Judge Sides With Gloucester Transgender

A federal judge in Norfolk has sided with a transgender teenager from Gloucester County over his battle to use the […]