‘Virginia Seafood Lover’ license plate unveiled
The Virginia Marine Products Board has announced the new Virginia Seafood Lover license plate. The new license plate is being introduced to support the marketing that is necessary to keep Virginia in the top three largest producers of marine products in the nation, and to help in promoting the aquaculture industry of clams, oysters, and fish.
Bay Aging plans more apartments
The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors approved a special exception permit on Jan. 20 to allow Bay Aging Apartments Middlesex Inc. to build a second phase of dwellings at Port Town Village on Old Virginia Street, just outside of Urbanna.
Friday’s Great Decisions topic to be ‘U.S. and Rising Powers’
What makes a major power in today’s world? Which countries qualify? What will a changing global order mean in the solution of problems connected with energy, nuclear proliferation and climate change?
Book unveils history of Moore’s Creek community
Gordon Eliot White has just published “A History of Moore’s Creek,” which includes historical information on the communities of Lucy’s Cove, Moore Creek Estates, Providence, Bland Point and Moore Pointe at Amburg near Deltaville.