Middlesex teen who ‘always seeks to give’ honored by Kiwanis
The Kiwanis Club of Middlesex officially honored Ja’Mel Reed as its 2017 Teenager of the Year Monday night at Urbanna United Methodist Church. Ja’Mel, the Middlesex High School senior class president, will now represent Middlesex at the Kiwanis District and Division level competitions for 2017.
posted 01.25.2017MCVRS to place ambulance at Urbanna Firehouse
The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors held a meeting on Wednesday, January 18, to discuss ways the county can help the Central Middlesex Volunteer Rescue Squad of Urbanna meet emergency services obligations.
posted 01.25.2017A ‘truly remarkable’ legacy
“Philanthropist-Sportsman-Friend” are the words embossed on the monument at the Town of Urbanna playground in memory of Dr. Charles Wellington “Duke” Taber, an Urbanna resident who passed away in 1966.
posted 01.25.2017‘We’ve got to get stronger together’
The theme of the Middlesex NAACP’s 12th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast on Monday, January 16, was “No Turning Back.” Keynote speaker Reverend Dr. MarQuita A. Carmichael Burton began her rousing address by asking, “What do you do when the dream becomes a nightmare?”