Area Business News
The Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce will present the awards at its annual Mardi Gras Ball in February.
Nominations are due by next Friday, Jan. 6.
It will raise commercial harvest license and gear use fees for the first time in 12 years.
The class covers personal finances and credit, loan types and more.
It will be from 5-8.
Virginia’s quota is 168,937.75 metric tons.
County officials have spoken to owners of two large tracts in the county during the past few months, but no commitments have been made.
They were recognized for being in the Top 2000 Teleflora outlets for customer service and sales.
She offers custom tattoos.
The business offers all types of engraving and sublimation services.
The store is filled with clothing for men, women and children.
Despite chilly weather and gray skies, the Gloucester Main Street Business Open House Sunday afternoon drew a large crowd.