Area Business News
Marsha L. Weatherwax has purchased the Gloucester Insurance Agency and has named the new business Weatherwax Insurance Agency.
The ReStore, a project of the Habitat for Humanity of Gloucester-Mathews, has trimmed its hours to the public to only one day a week—Saturday—at this time because of a lack of inventory.
Longtime waterman Ken Smith of Kilmarnock, is tired of waiting for government to come up with ways to restore the oyster industry and clean up the Chesapeake Bay, so he’s decided to take on the task himself as a private businessman.
Spotswood Law recently opened a new office on Gloucester’s Court Circle.
The Riverside Walter Reed Hospital Therapy Department recently relocated to a suite in an office building near the Gloucester hospital.
Erik Buckley has been promoted to administrator of Walter Reed Convalescent & Rehabilitation Center in Gloucester. He is in overall charge of the local center.
Some people might consider having a business plan to be “a pain in the neck,” a state business development official said during a seminar in Gloucester Nov. 9, but “it is your map” to a better chance for your business to succeed.
Ed Oliver, long a familiar face on the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck’s power equipment scene, joined Fleet Brothers, Inc., at Hartfield in mid-October.
Gans Communications, doing business as MetroCast Communications, has completed the acquisition of system assets of Comcast, LLC, in Mathews County.