The Gloucester Planning Department held three meetings in June so the public could learn about the county’s comprehensive plan update that’s now underway.
A Gloucester man who has repeatedly refused to comply with a court order to stop blocking his absentee neighbor’s right of way was taken into custody again Tuesday evening after a 90-minute standoff with police.
A Gloucester Fire and Rescue volunteer who fatally struck a skateboarder on Main Street while responding to an emergency call in her personal vehicle will not be charged in connection with the accident, the state police have announced.
The Virginia Department of Transportation held a design public hearing Tuesday night at Page Middle School, White Marsh, for proposed improvements to a portion of Hickory Fork Road.
Plans are in the works to benefit the entire county, such as an improved website and enhanced marketing efforts.
VDOT will hold a design public hearing on the Route 614 road improvement project on Tuesday at Page Middle School, White Marsh.
Rep. Rob Wittman (R-Montross) explored a variety of topics Saturday afternoon during a town hall forum sponsored by the Middle Peninsula League of Voters in Gloucester Library’s community room.
The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors spent a little over three hours Friday weighing what it felt was most important and least important out of over 200 items on the county’s 350th Strategic Plan.
L. Stephen Emmert, appellate attorney, said the only parties to this removal prosecution are the commonwealth itself and the supervisors.
Underfunded services in Virginia come at a time when the population is aging and there might be more disabled individuals in years to come.
The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will revisit the concept of funding the county’s school system by category rather than provide a lump sum to fund the school budget.