Rionholdt Once and Future Boats opened recently on Gwynn’s Island.
Zach Harris started Higher Ground Shoeing Service in 2009
Green Planters recently opened a seasonal retail location on Route 17, about a mile north of Gloucester Court House.
Carin Carr has been named manager of the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control store on Main Street, Gloucester.
Richardson’s Cafe in Mathews recently reopened under new ownership. Some of the staff stands by the popular soda fountain, including, front row from left, Jamie Hunley, Janella Williams, owner Lynne Davenport, Misty Neal; back row, Scott Marshall, Chaz Kellum, manager Mike Dixon and Charles Clark. Photo by Bill Nachman
Richardson’s Cafe in Mathews recently reopened under new ownership.
Wisteria Lane Antiques & Collectibles opened March 5 at its new location on Main Street, Gloucester.
Women’s Health & Wellness, located at Abingdon Office Park, Hayes, has undergone a number of changes in recent months.
Sutton’s Restaurant, LLC, opened for business recently on Sutton Road, Gloucester. Owners are Lee and Wanda Stotesberry of White Marsh. Shown outside the restaurant are, from left, Jessica Stott, Esther Emerson, Angela Young, Lee Stotesberry, Shannon Haynes and Brenda Smith. Photo by Bill Nachman
Sutton’s Restaurant, LLC, opened for business recently on Sutton Road, Gloucester.
Pruitt Automotive Wholesale, LLC, recently relocated to White Marsh Shopping Center, White Marsh.
Six individuals recently graduated from the winter business training series sponsored by the Middle Peninsula Business Development Partnership.
Health Synergy, located at White Marsh Shopping Center, will host an open house throughout March, owner Mary Oney said.
Treasures Antiques & Thrift opened for business Feb. 4 on Route 17, Glenns. Owners Carol and John Raynor of Glenns, are shown inside their new store. Photo by Bill Nachman
Treasures Antiques & Thrift opened for business in early February on Route 17, Glenns.