No, the president wasn’t making a special appearance this week in Guinea, but it may have looked like it when a number of Gloucester residents spied Air Force One circling the lower part of the county on Tuesday.
She has seen a lot in her 90 years in Mathews.
The latest marker was formally presented to the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors Tuesday night.
A coat belonging to Capt. Sally Tompkins, C.S.A., and owned by the Mathews County Historical Society, is among 25 nominees in the running.
The spot is especially popular for crabbers.
It’s Virginia Farmers’ Market Week.
The deadline to complete the survey is Sept. 25.
The Ellen Marie sailed into Davis Creek in Mathews on Monday for the first time since she left in the early 1990s.
No determination made Monday; written opinion to come
Crowd packs courthouse to protest perceived threat
Confederate battle flags fly