Tag: Nelson County
A property records search conducted in Highland County and Nelson County by the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League reveals property values plunged on parcels whose owners sought relief through the reassessment hearing process.
Virginia State Police is investigating a fatal crash that occurred Wednesday in Nelson County.
Motorists may experience delays during milling and paving operations on Route 151 in Nelson County starting Tuesday, September 5.
The two fugitives from North Carolina being sought in a Nelson County shooting are now in police custody.
The Nelson County Sheriff’s Office responded late Monday to an unoccupied suspicious vehicle in the Laurel Road area of Nelson County.
Virginia State Police Senior Trooper T.M. Skehan responded to a two-vehicle crash in Nelson County.
State Police are investigating an incident involving a wrong-way driver who ended up crashing into the trooper’s patrol car Tuesday in Nelson County.
An advocacy group claims that Dominion has understated a proposed pipeline’s landslide potential in Nelson County.
VDOT is installing a temporary signal at the intersection of Route 250 and Route 151 in Afton, near the Nelson County line.
A community rally in support of Nelson County property owners who have been sued by Atlantic Coast Pipeline will be held on Monday.
Smoke from wildfires in both Amherst and Nelson counties could result in issues for motorists and caution is urged.
Route 635 (Greenfield Road) over a branch of Perry Creek in Nelson County will be closed beginning Sept. 12, while a VDOT crew replaces pipe.
Motorists in Nelson County should be aware of possible congestion and changes in traffic pattern on US 29 and side roads near Oak Ridge Estate in Lovingston.
Protect Our Water filed comments today requesting the FERC consider the recent flooding in Nelson County in its pipeline decision making process.
Route 672, Dark Hollow Road remains closed in Nelson County as a result of recent heavy rain and damage to a structure.
Two Nelson County residents face multiple charges after turning themselves in to Virginia State Police Thursday (May 12, 2016).
A judge has ruled in favor of 37 Nelson County landowners who had denied Dominion the right to survey their properties for the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Friends of Nelson is providing support for two initiatives assisting in understanding the potential impacts of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Forty-four Nelson County businesses are among those urging a federal review of all four proposed gas pipelines that would cross Virginia.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline would cost Nelson County up to $43 million dollars per year, with additional one-time costs of up to $41 million.
The Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge is accepting scholarship applications from seniors attending high schools in Staunton, Waynesboro, Augusta and Nelson.
Virginia State Police are seeking public assistance with locating a vehicle involved in a fatal hit-and-run of a pedestrian in Nelson County Wednesday.
The Waynesboro Police Department arrested a Nelson County man Friday evening after he stole items from Walmart and fled before officers arrived. He was later found hiding in the men’s room of a nearby restaurant.
At 1:04 a.m., Virginia State Police Trooper W.C. Fugate responded to a single-vehicle crash in Nelson County. The crash occurred Oct. 31 on Route 29 near River Road.
Virginia citizens and business-owners have extended an invitation to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe to visit Nelson County and tour the proposed route of Dominion’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline.