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Waving on the Waves
It’s time to bring back the wave. Waving melts the apprehension of strangers. A wave means they are okay and you’re okay, if only for today. Yes, when you extend your hand in friendship, you expect a return. It’s only polite.
08.05.2010It’s Carnival Time!
The smell of fried onions and the sound of carousel music has drifted through Kilmarnock the first week of August every year for 75 years. It’s the smell and the sound of the Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department Firemen’s Festival.
08.04.2010Welcome to Heathsville
Historic Heathsville is the site of Northumberland County’s seat of government. The “mother” county was established in 1648 and originally covered the entire Northern Neck. Lancaster, Richmond and Westmoreland counties were formed from Northumberland.
07.29.2010Lunch at Lowery’s is a ‘Rivah’ tradition
Located in the heart of the bustling town of Tappahannock, Lowery’s Restaurant is open almost every day of the year and the lunch crowd always shows up. Whether you fill your plate from the large buffet tables or order from the extensive lunch/dinner menu, the reason is obvious why the clientele is so loyal—the food is simply delicious.
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