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Stratford Hall board of directors selects new president

Stratford Hall board of directors selects new president

Stratford Hall, the home to the Lee Family of Virginia and one of the state's top tourist destinatio...

Stratford Hall to hold traditional trades fair

Stratford Hall to hold traditional trades fair

Annual event slated for May 28
Stratford Hall, the Westmoreland County plantation that was the home o...

Westmoreland VFD burns house at Stratford Hall in training exercise

Westmoreland VFD burns house at Stratford Hall in training exercise

The Westmoreland Volunteer Fire Department received valuable training for fighting a residential hom...

A sweet day!

A sweet day!

Tom and Martha Crimmins of Westmoreland County were at the Kinsale Strawberry Festival Saturday help...

Improved First Fridays kicks off

Improved First Fridays kicks off

Market Days moves for bigger, more fun event
Montross First Fridays are back this weekend, and the We...

County mulls increasing Placid Bay’s road user fees

The Westmoreland County Board of Supervisors, acting on a request from the Placid Bay Civic Associat...

 

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Westmoreland has five hotly contested races on the ballot

Westmoreland County has five hotly contested races on the ballot for the Nov. 3 election.
Close contests for sheriff, two school board posts, the District 4 supervisor seat and a three-way race for clerk of court will be decided by voters in what is expected to be a moderate Election Day turnout.

Read more: Westmoreland has five hotly contested races on the ballot

Montross Fall Fest scheduled for Oct. 29-31

The Montross Fall Festival will feature music, festival food, a parade, contests,  trick-or-treating and lots of great fun for their annual Fall Festival, held on Oct 29 through 31.

Read more: Montross Fall Fest scheduled for Oct. 29-31

Port Royal residents celebrate history, culture at Charter Days festival

Adults, kids and lots of pirates filled the streets of Port Royal last weekend for the town’s Charter Day Festival.
The annual event celebrates the recognition of Port Royal as a town more than 270 years ago, and its place on the National Historical Registry. This free annual event will also feature colonial-era and Civil War history, as well as the town's famous maritime heritage.

Read more: Port Royal residents celebrate history, culture at Charter Days festival

Operation Strike Zone nets drugs, 15 arrests

Operation Strike Zone, executed at approximately 4 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1, resulted in the arrest of 15 suspects.

Read more: Operation Strike Zone nets drugs, 15 arrests

Woodward named editor of Lee family archive at Stratford Hall

Colin Woodward, an archivist at the University of Arkansas, has been named the editor of the digital archives of eight generations of Lee family documents maintained by Stratford Hall, according to an announcement last week by the historic Westmoreland County estate.

Read more: Woodward named editor of Lee family archive at Stratford Hall

Parker Farms feeding East Coast residents

Westmoreland County’s Parker Farms has spent another summer feeding people all up and down the Atlantic Seaboard, and Tony Ring has a smile on his face.

Read more: Parker Farms feeding East Coast residents

Montross Friday Art Walk and Market Day set for Labor Day weekend

Martin Reamy, a talented, successful artist who was born and raised in Montross, and Josh Grigsby and the County Line who just finished recording their first CD “Changes in the Tide,” will be featured during the upcoming Labor Day weekend celebration in the Westmoreland County town.    

Read more: Montross Friday Art Walk and Market Day set for Labor Day weekend

 

 

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