Archives for November 2017

Hunter And Dog Rescued From Boating Mishap

Smith Point Sea Rescue was put into service recently, to help a duck hunter in distress at Ingram Bay. SPSR […]

Blood Drive Today At White Stone

The American Red Cross is offering you an opportunity to share your good health this holiday season, by donating blood […]

Crash Takes Saluda Woman’s Life

A Gloucester woman is dead after a single vehicle crash Monday morning. State Police say it happened in Gloucester County […]

Murphy Named To Northern Neck Orchestra Board

Irvington’s Robert Murphy… a long time resident of the Northern Neck… has joined the board of directors of the Northern […]

Opioid Summits Planned

The Coalition for Healthy Virginia Communities in partnership with the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services will be holding 2 Opioid […]

More History Being Erased

In what some are calling the latest example of erasing history, a portrait of Robert E. Lee that hung inside […]

Urbanna Examines AirBnB

Urbanna Town Council is taking aim at those who rent rooms and houses short-term. Specifically, council is taking a close […]

Bon Secours Recognizes Debra Levin, NP With Award

Bon Secours Medical Group announces that Debra Levin, NP is one of the recipients of the first annual Advanced Practice […]

Dems Accused Of Trying To Steal Election Through False Assertions

Virginia election officials say dozens of voters were wrongly assigned ballots in a district that could determine party control in […]

Warsaw Rite Aid To Continue Operating As Walgreens

Rite Aid Pharmacies opened their first store in Scranton, Pennsylvania back in 1962. Since then, the chain has grown to […]