Who wants to live next to a public water access site?
The one thing made certain at a public forum on public waterfront access (PWA) on November 29 was the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors will ultimately have the final say on the future of every PWA site in Middlesex.
posted 12.07.2016Urbanna Christmas Parade winners named
The 20th annual Urbanna Hometown Christmas Parade drew a large audience Friday evening and was a record-breaker when it came to entries. “It was a great parade and we had more floats and participants than we have ever had,” said parade coordinator Lois Jean Brooks.
posted 12.07.2016Urbanna water rates are well below state minimum
Drinking water is something that’s taken for granted by most people. Turn on the tap and water flows. Well, it’s more complicated, especially when it comes to central water systems.
posted 12.07.2016Ryman’s Van Fire
A fire appears to have started in the dashboard of this service truck owned by Ryman’s Heating and Cooling in Remlik, said manager Eric Smith. It began about dawn on November 30 and by the time firefighters arrived from the Middlesex Volunteer Fire Department in Urbanna the vehicle was fully engulfed.