Delinquent water bills slow cash flow
Delinquent water bills have added to Urbanna’s $10,000 cash flow problem. On Monday, the town council voted to cash in a $10,372 CD that is about 20 years old. At one time it was getting a good interest rate, but now pays very little interest, said Mayor Don Richwine. This is the only CD the town has.
posted 08.17.2011Four injured in two-car crash
On Saturday, August 13, about 9 a.m. a pickup truck ran into the back of a BMW car that was turning left off Route 33 into the parking lot of The Church of the Visitation near Topping, said Virginia State Trooper Tommy Hudson.
posted 08.17.2011Saving a drowning child’s life
When a child needs a hospital procedure, they are left in the care of highly trained doctors and nurses who use the ultimate technology to safeguard their health. And still, parents wait and worry. When a child goes to the pool, it’s a place to have fun. Many people don’t give a second thought to what could happen. Last Friday, they found out.
posted 08.10.2011Jury trial date set on embezzlement charges
A trial date of November 16-17 has been set for G. Lewis Filling Jr. who is facing five counts of embezzling money from the Central Middlesex Volunteer Rescue Squad (CMVRS) of Urbanna while he was squad treasurer. The trial will be decided by a jury.