Western Tidewater salutes our First Responders

Published 12:37 pm Friday, September 30, 2016


It is with humble gratitude that we publish
this special edition of The Tidewater News as
a tribute and thank you to the men and
women who put their lives on the line
for our community every single day.

Full Editorial


Honoring the fallen: 100+ years by Stephen Faleski


Officer Keith Rose, a true hero by Rebecca Giorgi


Law enforcement more than a career to Franklin Officer by Stephen Cowles


Our support of police cannot waver by Brian Whitt


A debt of gratitude by Rex Alphin


Reflections on First Responders by Michael Johnson


First Responders in Windsor are valued part of community by Carita Richardson


Franklin First Responders deserve heartfelt thanks by Frank M. Rabil


Franklin High School senior Brandon Blythe serves as volunteer firefighter


Students at Meherrin Elementary pay tribute to law enforcement/First Responders


Capron Cubs get to know their first responders


Southampton Academy thanks local heroes


Nottoway Cougars proud of our local heroes


Southampton Middle School students give thanks to first responders


SHS students express appreciation


From the heart of fourth graders at CES


Letters to our First Responders