Area Business News
It will take place April 27.
Jim Pryne has been named the new sales manager at the business.
She serves men, women and children.
There will be lots of things to see and do.
Local deputy talked about the need for businesses to establish procedures to ensure worker safety and to know what to do to diffuse a confrontational situation.
The establishment is “more laid back” than its sister restaurant, Gloucester County’s Rosemary & Wine.
His office, still located off Meredith Drive in Gloucester, is now called TPMG Middle Peninsula Women’s Care.
The new location, part of the old Carter Lumber complex, provides a more central location to serve customers.
The store relocated in early March from Edgehill Shopping Center to the Shoppes at Gloucester south of the village.
Previously, the counseling service had operated for more than five years on Martin Street in the village.