After months of back and forth and a joint meeting with the school board, the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors voted 4-3 Tuesday night to move from lump sum to categorical funding of the school system, for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Richmond Circuit Court Judge Theodore J. Markow granted a motion Friday afternoon to quash the subpoena for Gloucester resident Garr Johnson.
Rev. E.W. Jackson Sr. spoke at a meeting of the Peninsula Patriots Monday at Lighthouse Worship Center, Ordinary.
Mathews residents found out a bit more last week about a Community Development Block Grant the county’s Department of Planning and Zoning wants to pursue for the Court House area.
Gloucester is one of three localities in Virginia to receive an “A+” rating on its website, www.gloucesterva.info.
The plan will go before the board of supervisors next week.
Two applications for construction that will impact wetlands were approved by the Mathews Wetlands Board on Oct. 6.
A fire at Advanced Finishing Systems Saturday night on Route 17 at Hayes caused an undetermined amount of damage to several large plastic vats containing material used for metalwork, as well as electrical connections in that area of the building.
The Gloucester County Board of Zoning Appeals will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the colonial courthouse. One public hearing is scheduled.