After lengthy discussion following a public hearing Thursday night, the Gloucester County Planning Commission tabled action until October on proposed changes to sign regulations in the zoning ordinance.
Annual unveiling festivities for the 31st Guinea Jubilee will take place Sunday, beginning at 2 p.m., at the Abingdon Ruritan Club, Bena.
Homecoming at Lebanon Baptist Church, Rt. 17, Saluda promises to be exciting this year.
Attorneys for four of the 12 individuals subpoenaed in million dollar lawsuits against Gloucester Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert D. “Bob” Hicks, have filed a motion to quash the latest attempts by plaintiffs’ lawyers to produce images of their computer hard drives.
Three Gloucester teenagers have been charged by the Gloucester Sheriff’s Office in connection with several thefts from unlocked vehicles that occurred between Aug. 31 and Sept. 2 in the Wicomico area and last weekend in the vicinity of Providence Road.
The Gloucester County School Board will again ask the board of supervisors for an opportunity for the two boards to sit down to discuss the issue of changing the schools’ funding method before any action is taken on the matter.
Gloucester County will contract with the International Association of Assessing Officers for an evaluation of how it conducted its first in-house general reassessment and what direction it should take with its next assessment.
Trailers have been set up in the parking lot of the Piankatank Ruritan Club at Hudgins and an office is opening today on Court Street in downtown Mathews for the upcoming National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
All courts, county offices, and post offices in Gloucester and Mathews will be closed Monday in observance of Labor Day.
The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will consider whether to continue to fund the school board by the traditional lump sum method or by category Tuesday night at its regular meeting in the colonial courthouse, scheduled to begin at 7o’clock.
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.