Citizens urge supervisors to resume an opening prayer at board meetings
The public comment period at the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors meeting on October 1 was dominated by county residents concerned over the board’s recent decision to not open each board meeting with a prayer.
posted 10.09.2013Payne’s Store: ‘I hate to see it go’
Any day now, a Middlesex landmark will be gone. Payne’s Store has stood for about a century on Route 33 between Hartfield and Deltaville. “Turn by Payne’s Store” is how directions to Bush Park Campground have been given for years.
posted 10.09.2013John Wood Historical Marker to be dedicated Friday
Middlesex’s latest historical marker, “Naval Actions on Wilton Creek and the Rappahannock River,” will be dedicated this Friday, October 11, at 11 a.m. on General Puller Hwy. near the entrance to Wilton Creek Rd. in Hartfield.
posted 10.09.2013Federal laws being used to fight synthetic drugs
Progress is being made in the battle against synthetic drug abuse, but the fight has only started in court to stop the open and legal sale of these dangerous drugs. For many Bath Salt users, the legal victory will come too late.