New Law: Most Virginia Saltwater Fishermen Need to Register with NOAA Before They Fish
MRIP – According to the latest numbers from NOAA Fisheries, Virginia saltwater recreational fishermen appear to be lagging behind their peers in other states when it comes to complying with a new Federal law to help conserve our oceans and maintain vibrant, sustainable fisheries.
posted 06.27.2010Census follow-up phase ahead of schedule in VA
Quality assurance procedures may require contact with some households. The current door-to-door phase of the 2010 Census is about 94 percent complete, but there are several reasons why a census worker may visit your home in coming weeks.
posted 06.27.2010MHS Graduation: ‘This is only the beginning’
County school superintendent Donald “Rusty” Fairheart shared some advice on life. “Please take time to get to know yourself and what makes you happy. Measure your happiness by the way you feel when you are by yourself.”
posted 06.23.2010No tax hike in Urbanna
There is no tax increase in Urbanna’s $543,000 budget for fiscal year 2010-11 that starts July 1. The budget includes a 2% raise for town employees, their first raise in three years. The 2% pay raise is about 1% ($5,400) of the budget, said council member Don Richwine, who takes over as town mayor on July 1.