State funds to RCC cut by 13%
At a meeting of the Rappahannock Community College President’s Planning Advisory Council on September 30, RCC president Dr. Elizabeth Crowther explained to the assembled faculty and staff the budget implications of the latest reductions in state funding for community colleges.
posted 11.03.2009Waterway Guide releases new 2010 cruising guides
Waterway Guide recently announced the release of the 2010 editions of their popular Chesapeake, Atlantic Intracoastal and Southern cruising guides. The three editions join Waterway Guide's annually-updated collection of six guides, including a new 2010 Bahamas Guide introduced in June.
posted 11.03.2009Local input sought on Smith Chesapeake Trail
National Park Service officials came to Deltaville on October 13 and listened to public comments on developing the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail. Public participation is necessary for this process to be finalized, said John Maounis, superintendent of the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail.
posted 11.02.2009Over 95% of flu cases are H1N1
For those Middlesex County residents who have the flu, chances are greater than 95% that the flu is the H1N1 (swine flu), according to Dr. Thomas Irungu, the director of the Three Rivers Health District, which is headquartered at Cooks Corner.