[Posted on Oct 18, 2017 | 798 views]
Mathews supervisor candidate O.J. Cole, standing, addresses the crowd at last Wednesday’s NAACP forum at First Baptist Church. Also pictured, from left, are school board candidate Bambi Thompson, Democratic candidate for House of Delegates Sheila Crowley, school board candidate Beth Bond and, at right, supervisor candidate Amy Dubois. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Candidate forums in Mathews this past week attracted full houses, including this one at the Gwynn’s Island Civic Center. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Candidate forums in Mathews this past week attracted full houses, including this one at the Piankatank Ruritan CLub building, below. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Among the candidates running for the Mathews County Board of Supervisors in the November election are, from left, Amy Dubois, Tyrone Hudgins, Lynn Jaeger, and Marion "Pepper" Love. Not shown: O.J. Cole, Mike Walls, and Brian Hopkins. Photo by Charlie Koenig
The Mathews School Board candidates running in the November election are, from left, Stephanie Armistead, Beth Bond, Linda Hodges, Melissa Mason, and Bambi Thompson. Photo by Charlie Koenig
 

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Candidates for House of Delegates spar at Mathews board meeting

Hodges tells Putt, “You need to know when to get involved and when to not get involved.”

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G-M contest to provide direct path to national bee

Local winner will receive an expense-paid trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee

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Gloucester’s online community calendar launched

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Gloucester High School graduate a key player in website development

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Animal warden not on duty, so raccoon left on property overnight

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Wetlands board approves shoreline improvement application

Also meets as Chesapeake Bay Preservation and Erosion Commission

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