Town council considers replacing water meters
Federal regulations being administered by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality will eventually require the town to account for every gallon of water that goes through its system, said Urbanna Town Administrator Holly Gailey.
posted 07.16.2014MHS student to compete for world computer championship
Out of over 300,000 entrants from across the United States, Kyle Forst of Middlesex County, has been chosen as one of six persons who will compete against representatives of 120 other nations at the 2014 Certiport Microsoft Office Specialist World Championships in Anaheim, California, July 27-30.
posted 07.16.2014Urbanna to consider zoning changes tonight
During past site plan processes on two separate proposed condominium projects on Urbanna Creek, there was considerable discussion about the need for “public access to the water” from private property, which is currently required by the Urbanna Zoning Ordinance.
posted 07.16.2014Three charged with first-degree murder
Three men have been arrested and charged with the first-degree murder in the shooting of 20-year-old Raheem Trevon Williams, 20, of Gloucester County, reported Major M.E. Sampson of the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday.