The new location is across from Gloucester Point Shopping Center.
For now, Yacht Dogs offers take out only.
Curves in Gloucester recently relocated from the Edgehill Shopping Center to Main Street and is holding its grand opening this week. Various Main Street vendors will be on site throughout the week and the business is offering free 30-day guest passes for patrons to decide whether they would like to purchase a membership to the women’s-only fitness center. The new location offers more space and a more visible presence on Main Street. Shown, from left, are Layla Javier, who is offering chair massages at Curves; Audra Johnston, a Pampered Chef representative who is on hand; Michaela Lee, belly dancing/body sculpting/Yoga and nutrition counselor and Curves manager Liz Osborn. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Curves in Gloucester recently relocated from the Edgehill Shopping Center to Main Street and is holding its grand opening this week.
Foster joins Drs. Joseph Lombard and Nathan Vogt.
The business is now located adjacent to Gloucester Arts on Main.
The Mathews County Chamber of Commerce has a lot of potential, but needs some “regrouping.”
About a half dozen vendors participated in the first of the weekly markets.
The seminar was geared for general businesses in the morning session and for retail service businesses in the afternoon.
Watson specializes in men’s haircuts.
Riverside Walter Reed Hospital in Gloucester held a topping out ceremony Friday to mark the completion of steel erection for the Intensive Care Unit expansion and the new J. Doswell Dutton Family Care Center. Employee health prevention coordinator Susan Haden, left, served refreshments to service line chief Dr. Gregg Shivers, while workers were at their posts nearby. Photo by Bill Nachman
The ceremony marks completion of the major steel work being done as part of construction on a 12,000-square-foot modern Intensive Care Unit.
Wyatt specializes in color and cuts.
The seminar will focus on both general retail business and service businesses.