Middlesex to pay debris dumping fees
Middlesex County will pay the tipping (dumping) fees for all yard debris taken to the Waste Management Landfill in Gloucester County through September 17 at 2 p.m.
posted 09.07.2011Middlesex government eligible for FEMA funds
Middlesex County Ad-ministrator Charles Culley announced at a board of supervisors meeting on September 6 that President Barack Obama formally declared 22 counties in Virginia disaster areas due to Hurricane Irene, and Middlesex is one of them. The estimated damage to Middlesex County from Irene is $1.4 million, said Culley.
posted 09.07.2011Second Annual Virginia Half-Shell Oyster Tasting
Tidewater Oyster Gardeners Association and Kelsick Specialty Market announce the Second Annual Virginia Half-Shell Oyster Tasting, to be held from 1 - 4 pm on Saturday November 12, 2011. Fresh oysters from each of six local oyster aquaculture farms will be available for comparative tasting, along with a presentation on how to taste oysters and a demonstration of oyster shucking techniques.
posted 09.05.2011Irene not as strong as feared, but many still without power
“Well, it’s not nearly as bad as we thought it was going to be, and we were mighty lucky it wasn’t,” said Channel 12 news reporter and anchor Tara Morgan as she stood Sunday morning on the beach at Stingray Point in Deltaville. Thankfully, Hurricane Irene did not pack the wallop of Isabel, but the storm did leave some nasty scars.