The MPBDP board regretfully made the decision to shut down.
S&S Mixed Signs, Inc., opened in early October on Route 17, Hayes, south of 17 Plaza. Shown, from left, are owners Stephanie Insley and Sherry Elston. Photo by Bill Nachman
Stephanie Insley and Sherry Elston own the business.
Contrary to rumors in Mathews, the business is not going to close.
She will be better able to provide recommendations on how patients with COPD can better manage their lives.
The Hampton Inn in Gloucester hosted a Halloween party Monday, which included refreshments, a spooky room and a game room set up with costumed characters to challenge children’s skills as they vied for small prizes. Shown, from left, an employee dressed as a clown instructs Lisa Lewis and Marijo Denello, both of Gloucester, along with Denello’s children Jessemae, 4, and A.J., two months old. Photo by Bill Nachman
The Hampton Inn in Gloucester hosted a Halloween party Monday.
The first phase of the program links emergency physicians in Riverside Tappahannock Hospital with specialists at Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News.
Bay Family Housing, a division of Bay Aging, recently relocated its office from Glenns to 390 Virginia Street in Urbanna.
Jill Ashberry and son Aidan, 3, browse through some of the items that were offered at the Fall Vendor Expo Saturday.
Sherwin-Williams Paints in Gloucester celebrated its fifth anniversary last weekend.
The affiliation will provide TOMCO with more moving opportunities to keep their trucks full.
Kim Shiflett and Serena Hedge both began working there as independent contractors on Oct. 18.
The Pet Castle, located at 17 Plaza, Ordinary, held a “Petoberfest” promotion Saturday to raise support for pet shelters and a regional pet food pantry. Shown are, from left, Ruth Gordon of Williamsburg, her granddaughter Abigail Clayton (whose parents Richard and Elaine Clayton own The Pet Castle), Amber Paul of the Isle of Wight Humane Society, and dogs Goliath and Madison, who were looking for foster homes. Photo by Bill Nachman
The Pet Castle, located at 17 Plaza, Ordinary, held a “Petoberfest” promotion Saturday to raise support for pet shelters and a regional pet food pantry.