DEQ to hold public hearing on sewage plant
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will hold a public hearing in the near future on a wastewater permit for a proposed sewage treatment plant Middlesex County wants to build near Saluda, the county board of supervisors was told on Tuesday.
posted 11.06.2008McCain carries Middlesex
Almost 79% (6,007) of active registered Middlesex County voters cast ballots in Tuesday’s Presidential election. Republican John McCain received 59.01% of the Middlesex votes (3,545), and newly-elected Democratic President Barack Obama received 39.78% of the votes (2,390).
posted 11.05.2008Fire destroys Moo’s Diner in Urbanna
A group of local residents and officials have set up a charitable fund to help the owners of the diner, Moo and J.D. Dodd, at EVB in Urbanna. Those wishing to make a donation can do so at any EVB branch, or send it directly to EVB, P.O. Box 817, Urbanna, VA 23175. Make checks payable to the Moo and J.D. Building Fund, acct #20122826.
posted 11.04.2008County says suit is flawed
Developer Gene A. Ruark’s $14 million lawsuit against Middlesex County and the Middle-sex County Board of Supervisors should be dismissed, according to a demurrer filed Tuesday, October 28, by attorney Jim H. Guynn Jr.
posted 10.29.2008Five days to decide
With the country facing a myriad of problems, many are calling Tuesday’s Presidential election the most important one in decades.
posted 10.29.2008Student charged in MHS bomb threat
A juvenile male suspect has been charged with making a bomb threat against Middlesex High School, said Middlesex Sheriff Guy Abbott on Wednesday night.