Rappahannock Concrete Corporation recently celebrated 50 years in business. Shown at the company’s main plant at White Marsh are, from left, president Scott Finney, founder John L. “Zeke” Finney and Cara Randolph, who is Zeke’s daughter and the company’s secretary-treasurer. Photo by Bill Nachman
The company will hold a 50th anniversary celebration next spring.
The new center gives customers a choice of having their vehicles serviced at their location or at the center.
The businesses previously had operated for four years in separate locations.
Those who attend will be treated to an assortment of wines from seven Virginia vineyards.
Approximately 259,000 jobs are created and sustained by Virginia’s airports.
The Navy’s economic impact in the region was down $1.4 billion from 2009.
Brewed Awakenings, a coffee drive-thru, opened recently at Tidemill Center, Gloucester Point. Shown outside the stand are, from left, owner Jean Casanave and manager Lynn Casanave. Photo by Bill Nachman
The shop promotes itself as “the drive-thru coffee place”
The seminar will begin at 6 o’clock at the Trust’s office in Main Street Center and is open to the public.
The program recognizes the top 40 nurses in Virginia under the age of 40
The new format provides both appointments and walk-in service
Big Lots held a grand opening celebration Friday at its new store the Shoppes of Gloucester. Some of those cutting the ceremonial ribbon were above, from left, Gloucester High School principal Tony Beverage, supervisor Buddy Rilee, candidate for Gloucester Sheriff Larry Rilee, Gloucester Chamber of Commerce executive director Makalia Records, school board member Anita Parker, assistant superintendent Chuck Wagner, supervisor Gregory Woodard, school official John Hutchinson, supervisor Bobby Crewe and Sheriff Steve Gentry. Photo by Bill Nachman
Big Lots held a grand opening celebration Friday at its new store the Shoppes of Gloucester.