- Your News
MILFORD—Caroline County senior citizens said they enjoyed Thursday night’s annual Senior Citizens’ Gala so much that they want two a year. On Thursday night, 590 seniors attended the annual free supper, complete with wrapped gifts for everyone, as well as entertainment. Bobby Hebert, an advertising sales representative for the Free Lance-Star, was the master of ceremonies for the event in the gym at Caroline High School. This was the 14th
This is a schedule of events at libraries throughout Caroline County. Bowling Green Children’s Events Christmas Cupcake Making, Dec. 21, 1 p.m., Signup Required Adult Events Holiday Concert: featuring The Rappahannock Youth Symphony, Friday Dec. 6, Seating at 7 p.m. and concert starts at 7:30. Tickets available at each branch, $10 for Adults, $5 for 10 and under. Get Crafty Caroline: Earrings with Maureen: Sat.
Former Miss USA Tara Conner told a group of recovering men and women that if she had heard her story when she was 14, then her life wouldn’t have become such a mess. A resident of Los Angeles, the model, actress and singer/songwriter traveled through Virginia this week to promote hope for those recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. She made a stop in Bowling Green and had Kodak moments
Jeff Dillon, president of the State Fair of Virginia, said Meadow Event Park will feature a hot-air balloon festival in May and a Country music festival in June—events that could draw 10,000 people. Dillon gave a presentation on upcoming happenings at the Meadow Event Park to the Caroline County Board of Supervisors on Nov. 26. “We have a very exciting 2014 plan,” Dillon told the board. “It’s good for us
Tony Beasley of Bowling Green continues to make Caroline County proud with his successes in professional baseball. For the past two seasons, Beasley has managed the Washington Nationals triple A club in Syracuse where he has compiled a 136-152 record. As a result of front office changes by the Nationals, the position of roving minor league coordinator was offered to Beasley last week, and he accepted the offer. He will
Former Miss USA Tara Conner will speak at the Caroline County Recovery Community Center at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Tara, 27, was crowned Miss USA in 2006. During December of that year, she entered the Caron Treatment Center in Pennsylvania and completed 30 days of treatment for alcohol and drug addiction, said Tony Spencer, Caroline County’s commonwealth’s attorney. Spencer supports the Caroline recovery program because he would rather
McDonald’s employee Jania Pollard, 21, of Bowling Green, traded the cash register for a microphone to compete for a chance in the Voice of McDonald’s global competition and the chance to win $25,000. She is a McDonald’s crew member from the independently owned and operated Carmel Church McDonald’s location in Ruther Glen. There are more than 30,000 McDonald’s crew members in the Baltimore and Washington region, which is the umbrella