Rosemary & Wine, a restaurant and wine shop, recently relocated from 17 Plaza, Ordinary, to the South Bay Building on Main Street, Gloucester. Shown inside the wine shop to the front of the establishment are owners Arthur Britto and Patricia. Photo by Bill Nachman
The business previously operated from 17 Plaza, Ordinary, for three years.
The salon previously had operated for seven years at the nearby White Marsh Shopping Center.
The business offers all types of routine maintenance and repairs for cars and light trucks.
Chick-fil-A in Gloucester held its first summer carnival on Saturday, with local merchants setting up booths with games and other activities. Franchise restaurant operator John Gordon said this event gave local businesses a chance to reach the community, as well as providing families with an afternoon of fun. From left, Vanessa Graves and Cheyenne Burton give the hula hoops a try in front of the Curves of Gloucester booth. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Chick-fil-A in Gloucester held its first summer carnival on Saturday.
It will be in the building that housed Sutton’s Restaurant near Gloucester Court House for many years.
A grand celebration was held last weekend at the store.
It will be a program about ways to attract more businesses to Gloucester’s Main Street.
Blown Away Hair Salon will hold its grand opening Saturday at Hayes Plaza Shopping Center, Hayes. Shown inside the shop are owners Michelle Green, left, and Mindy Hunley. Photo by Bill Nachman
The celebration will include discount haircuts and chemical services, drawings for free haircuts and gift basket giveaways.
Its third annual farm promotion is scheduled for 6-9 p.m. Saturday.
She began working as a real estate agent for Morgan and Edwards in 2003.
Gloucester-based Colonial Virginia Bank reported net income before taxes of $78,861 and $68,361 after taxes.
The business specializes in retail and wholesale furnishings, interior and home improvements.