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Westmoreland, Colonial Beach join National Night Out celebration

Law enforcement joined with citizens from the area last week to celebrate National Night Out in West...

Montross' Bob Fox Project may be nearing its end

The Bob Fox Project in Montross, which has been providing food and gifts at Christmas for those in n...

Woman arrested in shed in Westmoreland allowed to remain free on bond

Judge Herbert Hewitt denied efforts by the King George Commonwealth's Attorney's Office last week to...

Stratford Hall Teachers learn about Virginia early history

Historic Stratford Hall, the Westmoreland County plantation that was home to the Lee family of Virgi...

Matematica 2016 Parents’ Night

Parents and students celebrated the 2016 Matematica program at Montross Middle School on

July 20. F...

GEAR UP students, parents attend national NCCEP conference

Two Washington & Lee High School GEAR UP students, Hazen Shryock and Destiny Crockett,

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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

Westmoreland’s historic Rochester House receives preservation grant

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Preservation Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula (PNNMP) has embarked upon a new series of preservation grants in a larger amount than its previous annual gifts.

Read more: Westmoreland’s historic Rochester House receives preservation grant

Montross First Friday brings in the crowds

The Greater Montross Partnership for Revitalization held another of its First Friday art walks and concerts on the lawn across the street from the old Westmoreland Courthouse Friday and drew more than a hundred locals and visitors.
“It’s really wonderful to see everything come together for the betterment of Montross,” said Terry Cosgrove, the spokesman for the revitalization partnership.

Read more: Montross First Friday brings in the crowds

Fitzgerald, Johnson hailed as 2015 “hometown heroes”

In 2010 the Allen & Allen law firm began a tradition of recognizing hometown heroes to celebrate 100 years of serving Virginia residents.
Since then Allen & Allen has recognized more than 300 hometown heroes according toWestmoreland County Sheriff C. O. Balderson.

Read more: Fitzgerald, Johnson hailed as 2015 “hometown heroes”

Top races on Westmoreland ballot

Westmoreland County voters going to the polls Nov. 3 will have the opportunity to vote in hotly contested races for Westmoreland County Circuit Court Clerk and Westmoreland County Sheriff.

Read more: Top races on Westmoreland ballot

Montross to mark Fourth of July with Art Walk and Market Days

Montross is planning a celebratory Independence Day festival with music, an Art Walk and a busy Market Day.
The Greater Montross Partnership for Revitalization announced plans for the events on July 3-4 as part of its First Friday Art Walk & Music Series and First Saturday Market Days.

Read more: Montross to mark Fourth of July with Art Walk and Market Days

Montross man maintaining Purple Martin Retreat

On Father’s Day, George Henry Oliff of Montross spent time with his family. He had dinner with his two sons, Bryan and Tony and their families. But, he also – as he does every day – tended to the hundreds of happy little purple martins that have adopted him.

Read more: Montross man maintaining Purple Martin Retreat

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