Real Estate • SSentinel.com
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Residential Rentals • SSentinel.com
(8 days ago) 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME in Revis area, Middlesex County. Nice, quiet, wooded lot. Available possibly December 2021. Call 804-370-7549 & leave a message.(9-16-5t)RR TOWN CENTRE RENTALS: Some over 1,000sq.ft., decks w/storage, walk to Library/Town Centre events. Apply [email protected] leeselfproperties.com; leave [email protected] 804-529-9505. Restrictions apply, locally managed/equal …
Yard Sales • SSentinel.com
(9 days ago) ANNIE ROONEY’S Estate Sale in the Coves at Wilton Creek. 79 Turtle Point Lane, Hartfield, VA 23071. This Friday and Saturday 9a.m.-2p.m.; Sunday 12-4p.m. Two bedroom home and two car garage filled with nice collectibles: furniture, kitchen, crafting, rooster collection, prints, yard art, King Cobra golf clubs, large bottle collection
Northern Neck Association of Realtors funds RCC
(7 days ago) This contribution continues a long tradition of NNAR support for the college. The NNAR scholarship represents one of more than 300 awards — totaling more than approximately $500,000 that the Rappahannock Community College Foundation bestows on deserving students each year. The scholarship selection process is under way and students will be
Middlesex golf team improves to 7-2 • SSentinel.com
(3 days ago) The Middlesex High School golf team improved to 7-2 with a win 174-202 over Mathews on Sept. 12. Peyton Lambert shot 34 to again lead the Charger effort. Garrison Robins and Hudson McMinn each shot a 46. Cameron Lambert carded a 48. The Chargers’ only losses this season came at the hands of King William, which is a double A school.
Middlesex v’ball team continues to improve • SSentinel.com
(9 days ago) Middlesex’s Hailey Bruce (#2) bumps against Lancaster as libero Aniyah Thompson (#21) is ready to assist in earlier season away volleyball action. (Photo by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi) The Middlesex High School varsity volleyball team continues to improve. Although Middlesex lost 3 …
Urbanna day’s details make it remarkable • SSentinel.com
(8 days ago) But the real excitement is next, a walk around Urbanna, high point of the day. I look forward to seeing other people as I walk with short snatches of conversation all the time keeping my six-foot distance so we won’t spread the virus.
Lewis S. “Butch” Liverman Jr. • SSentinel.com
(3 days ago) Lewis S. “Butch” Liverman Jr., 76, of Urbanna, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020. He is survived by his loving and caring wife of 32 years, Theresa Bristow Liverman; his two sons, Eric Liverman (Liz) of Wilson, N.C. and Evan Liverman (Sherri) of Saluda; stepchildren, David Bristow (Lee) of Richmond, BooBoo Bristow (Sabrina) of Shacklefords, and Maureen Medlin (Mac) of West Point
Eugene McKann Folliard Jr. • SSentinel.com
(3 days ago) In 1972, he moved back to Urbanna to work in the family insurance business, established in 1946 by his father. Aubrey Hall joined the agency for the sale of real estate, hence the name change to Folliard and Hall Inc. Gene met his wife Jane Willis, a teacher in Virginia Beach, and they would have celebrated 45 years of marriage this August.
Middlesex golf team finishes third in state • SSentinel.com
(1 days ago) The Middlesex High School (MHS) golf team finished third as a team at the State 1A Virginia golf tournament on Monday at the Pete Dye River Golf Course in Radford. The Chargers were paced by Peyton Lambert, who shot a 79 and finished fourth. Lambert was awarded a state medal as the top six golfers in the tournament win medals.
Urbanna UMC pastor asks: What are you training for
(7 days ago) Proverbs 22:6 says, “Train children in the right way, and when old, they will not stray.”. Teaching a child how to behave is essential to a well-lived life, and the importance of life-training far exceeds learning how to be a consumer. I thank God for that faithful mother who knows the difference between living to consume and consuming to
Walter Allen Harrow Jr. • SSentinel.com
(Just Now) Walter Allen Harrow Jr. January 4, 2021. Walter Allen Harrow Jr., 87, of Deltaville, went peacefully to be with the Lord on Christmas Eve 2020. He was preceded in death by his parents, W. Allen (Speck) Harrow and Nancy (Nan) Gathright Harrow. He is survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Betty Mothershead Harrow; and three children, Susan
Deltaville girl, 11, saves life of boy • SSentinel.com
(4 days ago) Deltaville girl, 11, saves life of boy. August 11, 2021. Deltaville’s Kenzie Wynne-Ewell, 11, a rising sixth grade student at St. Clare Walker Middle School in Locust Hill, is being credited with saving an 8-year-old boy’s life while vacationing at the beach at Kitty Hawk, N.C. (Contributed)
Sept. 11 in Urbanna features golf cart run, Taber Park
(7 days ago) This Saturday, Sept. 11, the Town of Urbanna will host its monthly farmers market (9 a.m.-1 p.m.) and, in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the day that changed lives forever, there will be a patriotic golf cart run at 11 a.m. Decorate your cart in a patriotic theme and assemble at Unique Golf
About Us • SSentinel.com
(5 days ago) O ver the past 100 years the Southside Sentinel has progressed side by side with the citizens “residing south of the Rappahannock River.”. Although the Sentinel’ s format, advertisements and news coverage have changed with the times, one thing has always remained the same—the newspaper’s goal to inform its readers. The Sentinel has had a major impact on individuals, civic groups
Betty Foster Williams • SSentinel.com
(9 days ago) Betty Foster Williams, 94, of Locust Hill, passed away on Tuesday, July 20, 2021. She was the widow of John Ernest Williams and a member of Harmony Grove Baptist Church, Topping. She is survived by her sons, John Russell Williams (Charlotte), James L. Williams (Carolyn), Joseph M. Williams, (Marie); sisters, Ada Powell, Agnes Wade; five […]
Some Middlesex residents may be gone, but will never be
(2 days ago) Virgil Gill of Remlik immediately stands out. A classic raconteur as was his son, Dan Gill, (who also has passed away but not until leaving Urbanna with the popular “Something Different” restaurant on Virginia Street) Virgil was a hoot. The renowned owner of …
Coast Guard plans to downgrade Milford Haven to seasonal
(1 days ago) The U.S. Coast Guard is making plans to downgrade the status of the Milford Haven Coast Guard Station in Mathews from a small boat station to a seasonal station, open only six months a year. According to a spokesman for Sen. Mark Warner, the Coast Guard has included the downgrade as part of its FY 2022 budget request.
Deltaville boatbuilding legend and his son will reign over
(6 days ago) The cost of real estate and doing business in Rhode Island was expensive, so he started looking south. While at the Annapolis Boat Show he met the late Carl Pederson, who at the time was building wooden boats in Deltaville.
Brendan B. Harris • SSentinel.com
(4 days ago) Brendan B. Harris. June 14, 2021. Brendan B. Harris, 64, passed away Tuesday, June 8, 2021, afer a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was the son of John and Katherine Harris, born and raised in Alexandria, until moving to Urbanna four years ago. He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Bridget; and brother, Hudson Harris.
Water View home destroyed in blaze; body of deceased man
(2 days ago) by Tom Chillemi –. A uthorities discovered a body in a home that burned in Water View on Monday. The remains of the deceased man were sent to the state medical examiner’s office to confirm identification. Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. R.T. Hirtz said he was dispatched to Water View Road (Route 640) about 7:30 a.m. on Oct. 12
Early voting begins Friday at voter office • SSentinel.com
(Just Now) Early voting begins Friday at voter office. September 15, 2021. The Middlesex County Department of Registration and Elections office is at 105 Bowden St. (just east of the new courthouse) in Saluda. After the COVID-19 pandemic hit, a walk-up window was installed near the front door. (Photo by Don Richeson) by Robert Mason Jr. and Don Richeson
Sailboat races return to Urbanna • SSentinel.com
(Just Now) Sailboat races return to Urbanna. August 11, 2021. Hampton One sailboat races are coming back to Urbanna Aug. 13-15 as the Hampton One National meet is being presented Friday through Sunday on the Rappahannock River. The Urbanna Town Marina is the headquarters for the event. This photo was taken in 1948 at the first National meet to be
Buyboat Rendezvous runs July 30-Aug. 8; starts at Urbanna
(5 days ago) The Chesapeake Bay Buyboat Association will present its 17th annual buyboat rendezvous from July 30-Aug. 8. The tour will start in Urbanna at the town-owned marina at the foot of Virginia Street on Urbanna Creek from July 30-Aug. 1 and end on Aug. 6-8 at Hudgins Horn Harbor Marina in Port Haywood. The last time the boats came to Urbanna was in
Bennie Lee Fetterolf • SSentinel.com
(8 days ago) Bennie Lee Fetterolf, 92, of Topping, Virginia, passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021. Mr. Fetterolf enjoyed working, and was the owner of a well-drilling business. He was also a member of the Virginia Waterwell Association, the National Ground Association and a member of Lower United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Joyce […]
Urbanna residents decry sewage pump station • SSentinel.com
(1 days ago) by Tom Chillemi At the July 22 regular monthly Urbanna Town Council meeting, citizens shared their distain for a plan that would remove the house at 215 Linden Avenue in Urbanna and put a sewage pump station in a residential neighborhood. “This is wrong on so many levels,” said Alana Courtney, who is a member […]
Middlesex supervisors approve re-dredging Mill Creek boat
(5 days ago) Middlesex supervisors approve re-dredging Mill Creek boat ramp area. June 16, 2021. It has been just a little more than a year since sand was removed from impeding access to the Mill Creek Landing boat ramp in Wake. Mother Nature, however, has brought the sand back forcing county supervisors to begin the process of removing more sand.
Urbanna fireworks are now scheduled for this summer
(9 days ago) The Town of Urbanna fireworks are back on schedule for the town’s Independence Day celebration. Town Administrator Garth Wheeler informed the town council on March 25 that the fireworks show is set for Friday, July 2. Fireworks were canceled for 2020 due to COVID-19. There was no word on if the Urbanna Boat Parade will be offered.
It’s bulb-planting time in Deltaville; corgyn dogs are
(4 days ago) It’s bulb-planting time in Deltaville; corgyn dogs are nearby. A s the days pass, we are still wearing masks. We are still social distancing. It seems unreal. We as human beings need to touch and be with our friends. This might be one of the hardest times of our lives. The good side is that parents are having time with their children in ways
David Blackwood Marchant • SSentinel.com
(2 days ago) September 29, 2020. David Blackwood Marchant died Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. He was born Aug. 5, 1947 in Norfolk and grew up in Loudoun County. He graduated from Loudon County High School. He served for six years in the U.S. Navy on the Corey DD817 and was in Vietnam when the war ended. He made his way back to Norfolk, where he met and married his
Boat parade, fireworks fun return to Urbanna • SSentinel.com
(1 days ago) Judges will award prizes for the most patriotic and most creative. Applications for the boat parade are available at the town office, town marina, and the town’s website: www.Urbannava.gov. For information, call the town marina at 804-758-5440 or the town office at 804-758-2613. Fireworks will fill the sky at dark to conclude this hometown
Joshua Evans Luckett • SSentinel.com
(8 days ago) Joshua Evans Luckett. June 29, 2021. Joshua Evans Luckett, 31, of Middlesex County passed away suddenly on Sunday, June 27, 2021. He was a very happy and sweet person who’s laughter would light up the room. He was survived by his mother, Tina Wright; father, Scott Luckett; grandmother, Geraldine Walton; sister, Santana Darnell (DJ); brother
In split vote, MC supervisors vote to remove monument
(Just Now) by Larry Chowning The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors (MCBS) voted 3-2 to remove the granite Confederate monument in the southwest corner of the courthouse green at the Historic Middlesex County Courthouse at a board meeting on Tuesday, July 6. Hartfield representative John Koontz made the motion to remove the Confederate statue, while Harmony Village […]
Deltaville rescue squad bingo fun returns following COVID
(9 days ago) A major fundraiser for MCVRS, the weekly Monday games had been cancelled due to COVID-19. Publicity chairman of the MCVRS Ladies Auxiliary June Williams said doors open at 5 p.m. at the rescue squad building and games start at 7 p.m. The squad’s building is at 17684 General Puller Highway in Deltaville. “It has been over 20 weeks since we
Day in 1910 monument dedicated MC Courthouse crowds
(Just Now) by Larry Chowning The Confederate monument on the Historic Middlesex County Courthouse green was dedicated on July 4, 1910 by the Middlesex Chapter of Daughters of the Confederacy. President of the chapter, Alice W. Christian of Urbanna, wife of Col. William S. Christian, organized the dedication. Christian’s portrait is one of three uniformed Confederate soldiers […]
Scores participate in 2021 Deltaville 5K • SSentinel.com
(8 days ago) by Don Richeson – Jordin Bendura, 19, of Glen Allen won the Deltaville 5K Saturday, finishing the 10th running of the 3.1-mile road race in 16 minutes, 46 seconds. Trevor Mason, 17, of Montpelier came in second with a time of 16:50. The top female finisher was Maggie Winstead, 16, of Baltimore, Md., with a […]
Fire destroys Grey’s Point cottage, severely damages
(1 days ago) Fire destroyed a weekend cottage at Grey’s Point Camp-RV Resort and Campground (GPC) in Topping on Monday, March 22, around 8:30 a.m. It spread to an adjoining cottage, causing severe damage. Firefighters were able to contain the blaze by spraying water onto the roof of close-by cottages, so the fire only spread to one other cottage.
25th Wings, Wheels and Keels set for Sept. 25 at Hummel
(7 days ago) The 25th Wings, Wheels and Keels (WW&K) is set for 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25 at Hummel Field airport, 310 Planeview Road, Topping. WW&K will have more than 100 antique, classic and exotic cars, numerous aircraft and more than a dozen …
Middlesex tennis team excels • SSentinel.com
(6 days ago) Middlesex tennis team excels. May 5, 2021. The 2020-2021 Middlesex High School girls tennis team includes, from left, Chessa Lowery, Makayla Seamster, Maddie Green, Virginia Reinhardt, Maddie Hurd, Katherine Brooke and Hunter Dunlevy. (Photo by Don Richeson)
COVID-19 resurgence fears shorten 241 baseball season
(1 days ago) The 241 Baseball League has made a decision to shorten its season from the last regular season game ending on Sept. 28 to a double elimination tournament starting on Sept. 6. “We feel that the rise in COVID-19 numbers and the fact that the kids are going back to school, it would be best for us to play it safe and allow the kids time to
241 League offers plenty of baseball action • SSentinel.com
(1 days ago) by Larry Chowning – The 241 League had an active week last week, playing six games. Here are game summaries: Monday, Aug. 9 — Williamsburg beat Middlesex* 14-1 at Deltaville Ballpark. Tuesday, Aug. 10 — Northumberland beat Gloucester, 8-2 at Deltaville Ballpark and Lancaster beat Middlesex 6-5 at Dreams Field in Kilmarnock. Wednesday, Aug. 11 […]