Living history returns to Urbanna on Founders’ Day this Saturday
“Our drama is based on actual records of Scottish Factor Stores from this era, and the events that take place will both inform and entertain,” said local historian and living history specialist Barbara Lovelace, who researched, created, and directed the presentation.
posted 09.02.2015Corps approves power towers
Dominion Power received U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approval on August 20 for its project to replace power lines across the Rappahannock River, according to the company website.
posted 09.02.2015About 16% of potential customers have signed up for central water in Deltaville
The MWA’s next task will be to “run the numbers to see if there is a sustainable system,” said county administrator Matt Walker, who also is the executive director of the MWA.
posted 09.02.2015VMRC slashes number of oyster harvest licenses
The Virginia Marine Resources Commission (VMRC) has approved a “limited entry policy” on oyster hand scrapes and dredges, which will take about half of the current license holders of those gears out of the state’s public oyster fishery.