The Chick-fil-A restaurant at Fox Mill Center, Gloucester, recently added catering services and some new menu items. Shown beside the store’s display promoting the catering business are, from left, owner John Gordon, team member Lindsey Hart, and director of catering Nancee Mann. Photo by Bill Nachman
The catering component includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Anthem Virginia spoke at a Chamber of Commerce program in Gloucester May 23.
The seminar will focus on both general retail business and service businesses.
S&S Auto Body recently relocated from Waterview in Middlesex County to a shop on Route 17, Glenns in upper Gloucester County. Shown inside the shop are, from left, mechanic Will Bristow and owner Shawn Seawell. Photo by Bill Nachman
Services offered include heavy body work on automotive vehicles and more.
She began her new job May 1.
This year the market will rotate between the parking lots of Kelsick Market, Twice Told Tales and possibly several other Main Street business locations.
Diggs served the company for more than 35 years.
Pizza Hut opened its newest Gloucester store May 10.
Rappahannock Concrete and Rappahannock Masonry Supply celebrated 50 years in business Saturday at its White Marsh location with an open house featuring refreshments and tours of its yard and showroom. Shown, from left, are company secretary/treasurer Cara Randolph, president Scott Finney and founder Zeke Finney. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Milena Fiorello of Williamsburg is now the sole proprietor.
Hertz Local Edition, a division of the Hertz Corporation, opened an automotive rental outlet in mid-March at Ken Houtz Chevrolet in Gloucester. Shown are staff members, from left, driver Bob King, branch manager Victoria Hobson, manager trainee Theresa Rogers, and driver Kenny Hogge. Photo by Bill Nachman
The new rental office will cover the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck.
Five sites along Gloucester’s Main Street have received as much as $40,000 combined.