Eggheads Diner opened recently at Gloucester Point Shopping Center, Gloucester Point. The new business serves breakfast and lunch, with all menu items offered whenever the restaurant is open. Shown inside the restaurant are, from left, Chad Laign, Patricia Green, owner Amber Cooper, Dustin Horsley, manager Janet West and Dustin Thomas. Photo by Bill Nachman
Eggheads is open seven days a week, serving breakfast and lunch.
The Bay Aging Board of Directors discussed how some of the cuts the non-profit organization is currently dealing with are affecting the services it provides to the community.
Makalia Records, the chamber’s executive director, said she worked hard this year in membership recruitment.
Businesses up and down Main Street in Gloucester welcomed customers on Sunday afternoon for the annual Main Street Christmas Open House. Businesses put out refreshments and offered special deals and personalized service. At right, Warren Haskell of Kelsick Specialty Market offers visitors Doris Kappes, Beth Reynolds and Donnie Kappes, from left, a sample of some of the wines available at the gourmet food shop. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Businesses up and down Main Street in Gloucester welcomed customers on Sunday afternoon for the annual Main Street Christmas Open House.
The new bakery opened Thursday, Dec. 1, in the space formerly occupied by Stewart’s Tile and Carpet, which has moved.
Sonshine Kids Daycare opened for business Nov. 28 at Dutton.
PHA is holding a contest to give a free heating and cooling system to a deserving local family.
Owner Karla Street of Gloucester, opened the store Nov. 25.
Kay Baker, left, of Maryland and Kate Casper of Mathews watch as Maddie McCann of The Poddery at Foster demonstrates the technique for making a dish for deviled eggs during last week’s Made in Mathews Open Studio. The three-day tour, which celebrated its 10th anniversary, featured 13 local artists at their studio locations throughout the county, showing off their wares and giving arts and crafts demonstrations. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
The three-day tour featured 13 local artists at their studio locations throughout Mathews County
The business—with more modern equipment—at one point grew to about a dozen workers.
A couple of new faces have joined Bayside Children’s Therapy Network in Gloucester, with the addition of a physical therapist and an occupational therapy intern. Shown, from left, are owner/occupational therapist Lisa Peschel McCann, pediatric physical therapist Cathie Barker, owner/speech therapist Jennifer Baucom, and occupational therapy intern Rebekah Forrest. Photo by Bill Nachman
A couple of new faces have joined Bayside Children’s Therapy Network in Gloucester.
All proceeds from the evening will benefit the RWRH Make a Difference Fund J. Doswell Dutton Family Care Center Capital Campaign.