Judy Brabrand, owner of The Village Secretary in Gloucester, announced recently the business will close its doors for good the end of this month. She is shown with her husband, Charles, who has assisted her through the years with the business. Photo by Bill Nachman
The business, once located elsewhere, has been at the Village Trade Center since August 1985.
The deal was for approximately $220 million.
The theme will be “Around the World.”
Becky Horsley has joined BoomerangDiscount.com.
Jeff Niblett, sales associate at AutoMax of Gloucester, Ordinary, said the business will remain open and accessible despite construction going on at its front entrance. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
The business is still open and the entrance is accessible to customers.
The owners travel to auctions and other outlets in search of unique merchandise.
The shop’s new slogan “Nails and More” gives a glimpse into the varied services and products offered there.
Gloucester Chiropractic Center, located at Tyndall Square, Hayes, recently added a new chiropractor to its staff. Shown are, from left, administrative assistant Cheryl Hansin, massage therapist Brittany Ledoux, chiropractor Michael Vogel and office manager/massage therapist Renee Yates. Photo by Bill Nachman
Michael J. Vogel of Kilmarnock, is a Doctor of Chiropractic.
The $220 million deal is expected to be completed before the end of the year.
The office offers tax preparation, tax records, and payroll, as well as trust and estate work.
Eggheads Diner opened recently at Gloucester Point Shopping Center, Gloucester Point. The new business serves breakfast and lunch, with all menu items offered whenever the restaurant is open. Shown inside the restaurant are, from left, Chad Laign, Patricia Green, owner Amber Cooper, Dustin Horsley, manager Janet West and Dustin Thomas. Photo by Bill Nachman
Eggheads is open seven days a week, serving breakfast and lunch.