Larry Mazzeno

Since 1985, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury has been the neighborhood of choice for older adults wishing to enjoy an active lifestyle free of the worries of home ownership, knowing they’ll receive state-of-the-art care as they age. Read more

Local businesses, nonprofits celebrating landmark anniversaries. Read more


In 1975 three young mothers wanting a local place to shop for children’s clothing decided to open a store themselves. The Dandelion, originally located in White Stone, moved to the old Methodist parsonage in Irvington in the late 1970s... Read more

Chesapeake Academy (CA) describes its educational program as “Small School. Huge Classroom!” When it comes to community involvement, the slogan could easily be “Small School. Huge Impact!” Read more


In 1955 local business leaders created Indian Creek Yacht & Country Club (ICYCC) with the idea of making it a social hub for the Northern Neck. Read more

In 1915, before the outbreak of World War I, and before the discovery of penicillin, the Newport News General & Non-Sectarian Hospital, Inc. received a charter to open a hospital. Read more

Lewisetta’s Chuck O’Bier Gives Customers a Chance to Catch “the Big One” Chuck O’Bier has been in the charter fishing business since he was fifteen. Read more


There’s no on-ramp at Reedville to an eighteen-mile bridge linking Northumberland County with Tangier Island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay. There’s no bridge, either—at least not one you can drive across. Read more


Most people in the Northern Neck think of Horse Head as just one of the many small communities that dot the landscape amid the farms and woodlands that stretch across Northumberland County. Read more


Lancaster County native Ann Carter was always concerned about the future of her property near Merry Point. Read more