Until Interstate 95 was completed in 1964, U.S. Highway 1 was the most heavily traveled highway in Virginia, according to Tim O’Gorman, who just authored a book called “Spending the Night on Virginia’s Main Street.”
Elliott Fausz issued a statement in response to a recent Virginian Pilot article, “No Room For Debate” and Daily Press article, “Pilot: Forbes won’t debate opponent” that reveals the single most critical failure in Congressman Randy Forbes’ tenure – his failure to answer to the public.
Carolyn Martin and Ronnie Maxwell have been totally surprised and amazed with a volunteer tomato plant that erupted spontaneously next to a walkway in their flower bed next to their house. For mid-October, the plant is one of the healthiest tomato plants this reporter has seen this late in the season.
For the second year in a row, I attended the Sheriff’s Pig Roast. It was held last Saturday at Campbell Spring’s Farm on River Road which is currently owned by Wayne Campbell.
The former All-Metro player of the year running back for the Skyhawks continues to figure out where he’ll be playing at the next level as he has been splitting time at running back and receiver for the Trojans so far this season.
Norfolk State, just two hours down I-64, is a FCS (Football Champion Subdivision) school in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). They have a huge recruiting presence in Virginia, as they should, pulling in prospects from all over the state.
Curtis Elementary kindergarten and first grade students welcomed the Lysol Healthy Habits Bus to their school recently and had the opportunity to become “Certified Healthy Habits Heroes” after completing a tour of the bus.