The Cook Foundation’s annual street painting festival known as Chalk Fest will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday on Carriage Court in the Gloucester Village across the street from SunTrust Bank.
Two candidates for county supervisors’ seats in November 2011 announced they were going to run during the Gloucester County Republican Committee meeting last Thursday evening in the colonial courthouse.
Dozens of people who attended Mathews Market Days were a bit richer when they left there Saturday.
Gloucester County is establishing an Urban Development Area Steering Committee to work with county staff and consultants to oversee the planning process to designate and plan for an Urban Development Area (UDA) for the Gloucester Point area.
Diane M. Rebertus, Gloucester’s new director of library services, wants the library to become more of a “community place.”
Michael A. Early, 20, of Gloucester, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Tuesday for involuntary vehicular manslaughter.
The Gloucester Sheriff’s Office is investigating the apparent murder/suicide of a husband and wife.
Four people were taken to the hospital with injuries last Wednesday following an automobile accident at the corner of Route 198 and Hallieford Road in Mathews.
The Gloucester County School Board will get its chance to sit down with the board of supervisors before the governing body makes a decision on whether to change the school division’s funding method.
The 36th Mathews Market Days celebration, known as “The Showcase of a Creative Community,” will kick off Friday and continue through Saturday in and around Main Street, Mathews.
The ultralight flyover, a special tradition in Mathews, will again take place during opening ceremonies of Mathews Market Days on Saturday morning.