Food Lion supermarkets at York River Crossing Shopping Center, Hayes, and at Walter Reed Plaza, Gloucester Court House, held grand re-opening ceremonies last Wednesday. Both stores have been remodeled with new fixtures and the stores are promoting some lower prices, a spokesman said, with the first 200 persons to visit each store March 28 receiving a free bag of groceries. Shown at the Hayes store ceremony were, from left, customer service/sales manager Mandy Cobb, store manager Carl Leser, Gloucester Clerk of Circuit Court Margaret Walker, supervisor Ashley Chriscoe and Commonwealth’s attorney Holly Smith. Photo by Bill Nachman
Food Lion supermarkets at York River Crossing Shopping Center, Hayes, and at Walter Reed Plaza, Gloucester Court House, held grand re-opening ceremonies last Wednesday.
The business specializes in outdoor power equipment.
The mobile service currently offers guided kayak tours from a variety of locations.
The business moved from its previous village location on Martin Street.
Jessica’s on Main, a new restaurant in Gloucester Court House, opened for business on March 17. Owner Melissa Hartman, left, is shown with chef Todd Hirschberg and general manager Sonja Berg. Photo by Bill Nachman
The restaurant specializes in seafood.
The business offers more inventory than at its previous location.
Owner Randall Berry has about 30 years’ automotive experience.
Auto Solution, a new car and truck repair shop, recently opened at Gloucester Point. Here, owner Herbie Wyatt works on a vehicle in one of his four service bays. Photo by Bill Nachman
The business offers all types of preventative maintenance and repair for cars and light trucks.
The purpose of the group is to give business-minded women opportunities to get to Know, Like & Trust (K.L.T.) other professional women.
Robert A. Debois, left, is the new general manager of Meineke Car Care Center, Hayes. He is shown inside the service area with assistant manager Krystle Harp and service technician Lawrence Brown. Photo by Bill Nachman
Robert A. Debois has 12 years’ automotive experience.
Aaron Beach and his wife Stephanie of Gloucester, now own the restaurant.
An Angus cow that calls Cappahosic home was recently ranked the third top breeding Angus.