MHS 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.
posted 06.23.2010Filling will not serve on town council
Urbanna Town Administrator Lewis Filling told the town council on Monday he will not serve as a member of council, a position he was elected to in May. Filling cannot serve on council and also serve as town administrator, said town attorney Andy Bury.
posted 06.23.2010Supervisors undecided on future of Stormont Road
After a public hearing on June 15, the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors remained undecided on what action to take with regards to a portion of Route 629 (Healy's Road) near Healy's Millpond that has been closed since 2006.
posted 06.23.2010State Police searching sheriff’s financial records
Middlesex Sheriff Guy Abbott is being investigated by the Virginia State Police for embezzlement, "embezzlement by officers of public or other funds," and misuse of public assets, according to affidavits for search warrants that were filed in Chesapeake Circuit Court on June 16.
posted 06.19.2010Middlesex High School graduation is Saturday
Ninety-three members of the Middlesex High School Class of 2010 will graduate on Saturday, June 19, in the John S. Clements Memorial Gymnasium in Saluda. The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. and admission is by ticket only.