Sponsorships needed for festival’s Education Day
The now-familiar "Bea Hayman Clark," Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s educational deadrise, will be in Urbanna Creek later this month. From October 13-23, local students will be joining Captain Sollner and educator Yancey Powell to learn about the Bay and how to help reverse its decline.
Hartfield Fire Department receive safety vests
The Hartfield Volunteer Fire Department (HVFD) recently received a donation of 30 reflective safety vests with the help of Wish Upon a Hero.
Cancer victim brings joy to others
When Lacy Smith of Revis sings karaoke at Mizpah Health Care Center in Locust Hill, the music of years past touches the minds and hearts of the residents as their hands start clapping and their feet start tapping.
Fourteen seek title of Oyster Festival Queen
The crowning of the Queen at the upcoming 52nd Urbanna Oyster Festival will take place on Friday, November 6, at 4 p.m. at Taber Park on Rappahannock Avenue. The Oyster Festival will be held Friday and Saturday, November 6-7.