Archives for November 2012

STORMWATER REGULATIONS COULD BECOME CUMBERSONE FEAR OFFICIALS

New Stormwater Regulations that have been handed down from the federal government could cause a major issue for localities as […]

SCHOOL ASSAULT INVESTIGATED

An assault on a seventh-grader by another student at Lancaster Middle School resulted in the victim being transported to the […]

NORTHERN NECK REGION HIGHLIGHTED IN NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE

The Northern Neck was featured this week in the Sunday New York Times travel section. Paul Reber (Ree-ber) is the […]

GOVERNOR AND FIRST LADY CELBRATE NEW SUPPORT CENTER

Governor Bob McDonnell and First Lady Maureen McDonnell will celebrate the opening of a new support center for military families. […]

MAN WALKS OUT OF KILMARNOCK TOWN MEETING… TAKES ISSUE WITH COUNCIL

A disgruntled citizen walked out midway through a recent Kilmarnock town council meeting. Lee Spivey, a recent appointee as vice-chairman […]

ESSEX DOG LAWS STUDIED

Essex County’s board of supervisors have decided against adopting a “running at large” ordinance aimed at free-roaming dogs. After reviewing […]

TWO ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING/DRUGS

Sheriff Ronald D. Crockett reports the arrest of two suspects involved in a shooting incident last weekend in the Morattico […]

sports

With all the focus on Robert Griffin III’s running ability, it can be easy to overlook the fact that he’s […]

BROADBAND AUTHORITY PROPOSED

The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, December 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the […]

JUNK VEHICLES AND LITTER ORDINANCES EYED

There will be no immediate changes to Mathews County’s junk vehicle and litter ordinances. County Supervisors voted unanimously to table […]