July 11, 2013 RSS feed / Home & Property

Oaks, other trees damaged by cicada outbreak

CHARLOTTESVILLE — While the periodical cicada outbreak known as Brood II has finally wound down, the effects of all that mating and egg laying have not gone unnoticed as widespread damage to oaks and other trees are now visible in areas across More...

Wings and Wheels returning to Ingalls Field

HOT SPRINGS — Rev your engines and look to the skies Saturday, Aug. 3 when the fifth annual Wings and Wheels Car and Air Show roars back to Ingalls Field from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.  More...

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Three area young women recently received a Grant-in- Aid Scholarship from the local Delta Kappa Gamma Chapter in the amount of $350 each to help further their education. More...

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Members of the Monterey High School Class of 1958 held their 55th reunion at the Mountain Hideaway on June 8. More...

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Laura Haney of Millboro (center), a graduating senior at Bath County High School and member of the Educational Talent Search Program at Dabney S. More...

Cuccinelli, McAuliffe to debate at The Homestead July 20

HOT SPRINGS — The Virginia Bar Association will sponsor a debate between Virginia gubernatorial candidates Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe Saturday, July 20 at 11 a.m. in the Grand Ballroom at The Homestead.  More...

Reunion

Carpenter Family

STAUNTON — This year was the 23rd annual family reunion for the descendants of Joseph Carpenter and his wife, Martha Wiley. It was held Sunday, June 9, at Gypsy Hill Park, Staunton.  President Otis Carpenter, Jr. More...

Masonic production brings theatre to Highlands

CLIFTON FORGE — The Masonic Production Company is revving up for the upcoming production of a popular off-Broadway musical, “Smoke on the Mountain” under the direction of Wilma McClung, production director.  More...

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This year’s recipient of the Sarah Murray Lewis Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution good citizenship award was fifth grader Morgan Adams. More...

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Fourth-grade students at Valley Elementary School were recently recognized for walking 1,071 total miles. Students in Mrs. Carter’s and Mrs. More...

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The 2013 John R. More...


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