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Windsor Town Center agreement revised again

Windsor’s Town Council on April 20 again signed off on a draft memorandum of understanding with Isle of Wight County governing shared use and funding ... Read more

5 hours ago by Stephen Faleski.

Isle of Wight County Schools maintenance, transportation departments to get new home

Isle of Wight County’s School Board has reallocated money within its current budget to fund renovations to the division’s bus yard. The work will include ... Read more

5 hours ago by Stephen Faleski.

Western Tidewater gas shortages emerging in wake of cyberattack on pipeline

In the wake of a cybersecurity attack on a major East Coast pipeline, several gas stations in Western Tidewater have run out of gas and ... Read more

20 hours ago by Jimmy LaRoue.

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Confederate monument removed from county land

Editor’s note: This story was originally published May 8 and updated at 3:50 p.m. May 10 with additional statements from Volpe Boykin, Valerie Butler and ... Read more

3 days ago by Stephen Faleski.

COVID-19 vaccine for 12 and up expected to get approval soon

The state’s vaccine coordinator said health officials are making plans to provide children ages 12 and up with a COVID-19 vaccine as it expects federal ... Read more

4 days ago by Jimmy LaRoue.

IW delays decision on solar farm

Isle of Wight’s Board of Supervisors won’t vote until May 20 on a proposed 240-megawatt solar farm that would span 1,750 acres across Isle of ... Read more

4 days ago by Stephen Faleski.

Windsor Police Department undergoes additional training

Officials in Windsor are hoping additional training of its police force will help the town avoid future situations like the one last December where two ... Read more

6 days ago by Stephen Faleski.

Farey to join JMU theater program

Rylan Farey has developed an impressive ability to perform on stage during his years at Windsor High School, and those efforts created the opportunity to ... Read more

1 week ago by Titus Mohler.

‘Caught in the frenzy’

An unprecedented real estate market in the midst of a pandemic Like many things in the past year, the real estate market has taken a ... Read more

1 week ago by Rachel Wartian.

Cruise-In kicks off with 115 vehicles

Rain in the forecast and continuing COVID-19 concerns did not prevent a strong turnout at the Franklin Cruise-In Kickoff on April 24, as 115 vehicles ... Read more

1 week ago by Titus Mohler.

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