Local 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.
posted 10.28.2009State approves sewage treatment plant permit
On Monday afternoon, a unanimous State Water Control Board (SWCB) approved a discharge permit for a 39,900-gallons-per-day (GPD) treatment plant to serve the Middlesex Courthouse, county offices and part of Saluda.
posted 10.28.2009Election is Tuesday; local races on ballot
Registered voters from across Virginia will go to the polls on Tuesday, November 3, to elect a governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general. In addition to the statewide races, Middlesex County has local elections on the ballot.