Archive for November, 2012

Greene County Sheriff’s Office cleans up all year long

By Susan Gibbs The county’s roadsides are a lot better looking since Sheriff Steve Smith took office in January 2012, thanks to his utilization of two state initiatives: the Offender-Work Program and the Assign-A-Highway Project. For years, the Greene County … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays, Greene County!

One of the best things about Greene County is the first weekend in December – when residents of all ages from all walks of life come together to ring in the Holiday Season all weekend long. This year that weekend … Continue reading

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Coming budget talks call for public participation

By Susan Gibbs At 7 pm Monday, Nov. 19 the Greene County Board of Supervisors and the Greene County School Board held a budget workshop in the meeting room of the county administration building. In just about an hour, thanks … Continue reading

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County to hold early budget hearing

By Susan Gibbs With the county facing rising expenses and lower revenues and the public school district facing a million dollar plus shortfall the Greene County Board of Supervisors and the Greene County School Board have called for a public … Continue reading

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Greene County remains Republican stronghold

By Susan Gibbs Tuesday night voters in Virginia swung to the left, helping President Barack Obama to a second term as President of the United States, but had the choice been left to Greene County voters, it would be Republican … Continue reading

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Fabio’s N.Y. Pizza & Cucina Italiana now in Ruckersville

By Susan Gibbs Fabio of Fabio’s N.Y. Pizza & Cucina Italiana in Ruckersville writes on the front of his menu that he uses only the freshest and finest ingredients following original familyrecipes – for his pizza, Stromboli, calzone, pasta and … Continue reading

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Ruckersville Mexi-Mart offers authentic Mexican food to eat in, take out, or cook at home

By Susan Gibbs More and more people are discovering the joys of traditional Mexican cooking, from melted-cheesy to light and limy. Real Mexican food – not the Tex-Mex variety found in most “Mexican” restaurants – is zesty but not fussy, … Continue reading

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