Heavy rains saturate Middlesex
If it seems like it’s rained buckets lately, that’s not your imagination. As of December 9, rainfall in Saluda is 13.4 inches above average for the year, said Middlesex Cooperative Extension Agent David Moore.
posted 12.10.2009Crossing guards kept school traffic moving
School crossing guards Richard Wright and Dan Bingel have been replaced by a $700,000 traffic light at Routes 33 and 620, the intersection that leads to St. Clare Walker Middle School and Middlesex Elementary School at Locust Hill.
posted 12.10.2009Grant will help needy Middlesex families
The funds can be used to assist families once within a 12-month period, and can be used for rent, mortgage, utilities (electric, gas, fuel oil and water and sewer bills), minor car repairs, transportation, food and home repairs for wheelchair ramps.
posted 12.10.2009VDOT pockets $1M on Stamper’s Bay Road project
The construction bid to widen and straighten winding Stamper’s Bay Road in Hartfield came in about $1.2 million under VDOT’s estimated cost, said Marcie Parker, resident engineer for the Saluda office of VDOT.