By Stefanie Jackson – Cape Charles Main Street has accepted a $5,000 grant from the Virginia Tourism Corporation’s Marketing Leverage program.
According to a recent Cape Charles Main Street press release, the nonprofit received one of 33 tourism marketing grants given out across the state, totaling $625,000.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced,...
By Stefanie Jackson – The Northampton Historic Preservation Society has persevered in educating the public and saving the history of the 1700s and 1800s, whether it means looking beyond the county for funding or accomplishing its goals by more creative means.
The group recently received a $3,000 grant from Virginia...
By Linda Cicoira
Replacement, repairs, and pump outs for about 30 septic systems in Northampton County watersheds between Eastville and Birdsnest will be done with an $82,500 grant awarded this week to the Accomack-Northampton Planning District Commission (A-NPDC).
Officials said the work will reduce pollution in the Gulf, Barlow, Mattawoman, Jacobus,...
By Stefanie Jackson
Cape Charles has the chance to receive up to $5 million in grant funds to build a multi-use trail that would improve safety for area pedestrians and bicyclists at minimal cost to the town.
Curtis Smith, director of planning for the Accomack-Northampton Planning District Commission (A-NPDC), presented the...
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