C&C Exhaust & Auto Repair will open for business Tuesday in a portion of the building that houses Ultimate Electronics, Route 17, Hayes. Shown inside the new shop are, from left, owner Ron Crawford, part-time assistant David Conner, and owner Mike Conner. Photo by Bill Nachman
C&C Exhaust & Auto Repair will open Tuesday in the rear of the Ultimate Electronics building on Route 17, Hayes.
The new owners of the building said that they are making necessary repairs to the building, while preserving the historic aspects of the structure as much as possible.
There have been a lot of changes recently at Elite Construction at Ordinary.
The first Mathews Farm Spring Fling will be held from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday at Bentwaters Farm, Bavon.
Local business owners are invited to Lockwood’s Carpets at 7 p.m. next Thursday, June 2, to review the draft of Gloucester County’s proposed revisions to its sign ordinance.
Doodlebugs Consignment Shop has relocated to the Halcyon Building on the corner of Main and Church streets from another shop elsewhere in Mathews Court House. Shown inside the store are, from left, owners Carrie Fraccasse and Valerie Kelly. Photo by Bill Nachman
Doodlebugs Consignment Shop has relocated to the Halcyon Building on the corner of Main and Church streets.
The Gloucester Main Street Association will host a summer event series, titled “Market Nights on Main.”
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Gloucester Point will hold a grand opening from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Harris Automotive Repair recently opened in the new Ark Shell building on Route 17 at Ark. The business also has another location on Fletcher Road near Woods Cross Roads. Owner Byard Harris, right, is shown at the Ark shop with mechanic Brian Cerny. Photo by Bill Nachman
Harris Automotive Repair recently opened in the new Ark Shell building on Route 17 at Ark.
A committee has been examining ways to streamline Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce’s membership tiers.
As part of a new initiative to promote business recruitment and retention, the Main Street Preservation Trust will hold a free breakfast workshop for business owners in Gloucester at 8 a.m. Tuesday.