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A record number of Westmoreland County residents and property owners safely disposed of old paint, petroleum products and other household chemicals on April 24 at the County’s spring 2021 Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection event held at the A.T. Johnson Building in Montross. A total … Read more

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 A group of W&L educators joined school administrators as retired Washington & Lee High School coach Malcolm Lewis was honored by the VHSL on April 29. Nominated by W&L principal, Roger Coleman and AD Spencer Sadler, Coach Lewis was given the VHSL Regional Award of Merit by VHSL … Read more

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The Lancaster Virginia Historical Society (LVHS) will host an online program, “Black Voices: Memories of Men at Work in the Lower Northern Neck in the mid-1900s” on Thursday, May 13, at 3 p.m as part of its Zooming In On Local History Virtual Speaker Series. LVHS president Dr. Frank Kober sa… Read more

The endless record setting heat has kept many local anglers fishing the early morning post dawn hours. Some have braved the late evening option for fishing, hoping the heat of the day has subsided and any thunderstorm chances have diminished. While these narrow windows of angling options hav… Read more

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Graduation is still a bit of a tricky subject since the pandem…

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Montross Middle School 7th grader, Dallas Barringer, was named…

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The School Board held their public hearing during their meetin…

Bill Brown has returned home on that long-awaited journey into…

Paul Anthony Self, 56, passed away at his home on Saturday, Ma…

Joan Marie Rush, 82, of Heathsville passed away on April 29, 2…