Deb Kerns-Anderson of Gloucester, at left, was the winner of the Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal’s March Madness advertising promotion. Advertising representative Regina South presents Kerns-Anderson with a basket of prizes; she also won a $50 gift card to the restaurant of her choice, selecting Jessica’s Sweet Shop, Gloucester. Photo by Kim Robins
Deb Kerns-Anderson of Gloucester, at left, was the winner of the Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal’s March Madness advertising promotion.
Oyster Cove Boatworks & Yacht Brokerage, White Marsh, has recently launched a full line of engine services.
Highway Shell opened in mid-March on Route 17, Ark.
Aubergine, a women’s boutique located at Hartfield Village Center in Middlesex County, held its grand opening this past Saturday.
Carol Sigley recently joined the staff of Tom Wilke Insurance Agency, Inc.
Water Pro, Inc., a water treatment company based in Gloucester, recently expanded its customer base in the Richmond area and plans to open a branch there later this year.
Off The Hook Seafood Shanty opened recently at the White Marsh Shopping Center. Angela Eyre-Harder, who also owns Sweet Madeleine’s café at Tidemill, owns the new eatery. Shown inside Off The Hook are, from left, cook Preston Worshim, waitress Monika West and cook Josh Roane. Photo by Bill Nachman
Off The Hook Seafood Shanty opened for business March 21 at White Marsh Shopping Center.
Larry Kessler recently began practicing law from his Bavon residence.
Stacie Willett, owner of Stacie’s Second Chance, a high-end consignment shop in Ordinary, will host a grand opening event this weekend at the store.
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.