Big Lots held a grand opening celebration Friday at its new store the Shoppes of Gloucester. Some of those cutting the ceremonial ribbon were above, from left, Gloucester High School principal Tony Beverage, supervisor Buddy Rilee, candidate for Gloucester Sheriff Larry Rilee, Gloucester Chamber of Commerce executive director Makalia Records, school board member Anita Parker, assistant superintendent Chuck Wagner, supervisor Gregory Woodard, school official John Hutchinson, supervisor Bobby Crewe and Sheriff Steve Gentry. Photo by Bill Nachman
Big Lots held a grand opening celebration Friday at its new store the Shoppes of Gloucester.
Little Italy is open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday.
The firm’s owner, Dr. Ann DePaolo and fellow audiologist Linda Carr-Kraft both see patients at the new Gloucester office on court circle.
The celebration will include a pet groomer, animal shelter representatives and a chance for customers to drop off food to benefit the Peninsula Pet Pantry.
Big Lots, located in the Shoppes of Gloucester, will hold its grand opening celebration at 9 a.m. Friday. Shown inside the store are, from left, assistant manager Paul Colwell, associate manager Angie Ortiz, furniture manager Diane Succio and store manager Danny Landen. Photo by Bill Nachman
The store specializes in offering a varying selection of products procured in close-outs and more.
The new Gloucester office will greatly increase the company’s space when it opens late next spring.
Shelves are stocked with bulk herbs, vitamins and supplements, personal care products and more.
Steven Gonzalez, general sales manager at Gloucester Toyota Scion, recently completed an 11-month NADA training program in McLean. Photo by Bill Nachman
The program included some weeks spent at McLean, plus on-job training at the dealership.
Wells Fargo changed the name of the Wachovia offices it had acquired in Virginia.
The salon recently added acrylic nail service.
Rosemary & Wine, a restaurant and wine shop, recently relocated from 17 Plaza, Ordinary, to the South Bay Building on Main Street, Gloucester. Shown inside the wine shop to the front of the establishment are owners Arthur Britto and Patricia. Photo by Bill Nachman
The business previously operated from 17 Plaza, Ordinary, for three years.
The salon previously had operated for seven years at the nearby White Marsh Shopping Center.