Urbanna Harbour Gallery creates Oyster Festival poster
Urbanna Harbor Gallery and Art Services is still fresh out of the box, but stitching itself into the community’s tapestry as rapidly and deeply as time and personnel will allow. Among their most recent efforts, business owners Cloyde W. Wiley III and his wife, Barbara Hartley, have scored the winning entry for the 2011 Oyster Festival poster contest.
posted 10.06.2011Boat driver charged for Urbanna jetty crash
Four charges have been filed against the driver of a 22-foot Robalo sports-fisherman boat that ran into the Urbanna Creek jetty in the early morning of July 23. There were five people aboard the boat that crashed into the jetty at 5:15 a.m., requiring all five onboard to be hospitalized.
posted 10.05.2011School policy on bullying explained
Middlesex County Public Schools (MCPS) has taken a proactive stance “to curb bullying and promote diversity while clarifying discipline procedures,” said assistant school superintendent Dr. James Lane. On Wednesday, September 28, Dr. Lane and other school administrators held a training session and meeting for parents on discipline and bullying.
posted 10.05.2011‘Life savers’ are honorary grand marshals
The Urbanna Oyster Festival Foundation has named Allison Payne and Greg Harrow as the Honorary Urbanna Oyster Festival Grand Marshals for the 54th annual festival set for November 4-5. The foundation is honoring Payne and Harrow for their efforts in saving the life of 5-year-old Sean West, son of Bonnie and Eugene West of Deltaville.