A former Gloucester High School student was awarded $5 million in damages last week after a circuit court jury found a GHS assistant administrator and two other persons liable for injuries the student sustained during a confrontation at school.
A statewide computer outage, which has lasted a week so far and counting, has presented an inconvenience to Virginia motorists seeking to renew their licenses.
The Mathews County Board of Supervisors heard reports from the following departments, offices, and organizations during its meeting on July 27.
Local governments, not just the state, must take steps to promote economic development, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling said during a regional meeting to discuss business initiatives.
Hurricane Earl wasn’t being forecast to make landfall on the East Coast as of noon Wednesday, but officials with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the National Hurricane Center said that could change by Thursday.
Plans to dredge Put-In Creek to attract boaters to the Mathews Court House area may still have some life, after the Mathews Board of Supervisors gave the go-ahead Tuesday night to an Army Corps of Engineers’ study.
Delivery and contractor scheduling problems caused planned delays this week at the George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge to be rescheduled until the nights of Sept. 20 and 21.
The Virginia Institute of Marine Science welcomed 27 new students to its Gloucester Point campus when the fall 2010 term began yesterday.
A 19-year-old Gloucester man drowned last week after he disappeared while swimming near Oregon Inlet campground, on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.
A distraught man took his own life early last Thursday morning, after starting a fire in his wife’s house on New Point Comfort Highway, south of the Port Haywood Post Office
The winning 2010 Mathews Market Days poster will be unveiled during a reception at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Mathews Memorial Library.