Cheering goes on for Deltaville deadrises
Several months ago, Robert T. Brown, president of the Maryland Watermen’s Association, had Eugene Evans of Crisfield, Maryland, fiberglass the hull of his wooden work boat. When Brown brought the boat to Evans, the longtime boatbuilder and former waterman looked at it and said under his breath, “That’s a Maylon Green boat.”
posted 01.29.2014Disc champion may have been shot
Tragedy struck last week on Canoe House Landing Road, at the far western end of Middlesex County, when CoJo, a beloved Australian shepherd dog, was found dead in a ditch with what appeared to be a bullet hole between his eyes.
posted 01.22.2014Advice to new governor: state’s obligations need full funding
Middlesex County was well represented at Governor Terry McAuliffe’s transition team meeting in December. Jack Miller, chair of the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors, gathered concerns from county and regional groups and presented them to the governor.
posted 01.22.2014Rediscover ‘precious values,’ says King Day speaker
The enduring values of family, church, education and community need to be strengthened, said retired Justice Patricia Polson Satterfield, keynote speaker at the ninth annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast on Monday.