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[Posted on Feb 22, 2017 | 524 views]
Mathews High School assistant principal Alexis Foster performs on the guitar accompanied by John E. Smith Jr. on the piano during Friday’s Black History Month assembly at the school. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
The program’s guest speaker was Dr. Katina Ward, a 1991 MHS graduate who now serves as a program director for South University’s Virginia Beach campus. She is pictured at right with Mathews High School assistant principal Alexis Foster. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Mathews High School freshman Tylon Forrest played the drums during Friday’s Black History Month program. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Participants in the African American History Assembly at Mathews High School were, from left, Assistant Principal Alexis Foster, Dr. Katina Ward, soloist Cynthia Hayes, and pianist John E. Smith Jr. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Preliminary music was performed by the MHS Jazz Combo. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
 
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No place like Guinea

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West reflects on residents’ generous spirit

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Campaign chests remain small in local races

Incumbent in race for the House of Delegates 98th District has far outraised challenger

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Six local sites featured on this year’s Solar Home Tour

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Solar, wind, and other green technologies on display

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Hearing on proposed zoning amendment cancelled

Planners discuss text amendment that would allow four dwelling units per acre

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Supervisors have packed agenda Tuesday

Emergency operations center among items to be discussed

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Piankatank Community League hosts candidates’ night

Residents will be able to meet candidates and hear their views

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Perrin Wharf reconfigured to help watermen

Locals can tie up, load, unload, and leave boats for a night

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Gloucester amputee seeks help getting prosthetic leg

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Has medical bills that she needs help with, too

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Planners to consider proposed setback change

Public hearing concerns placement of awnings

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Applicants sought for Board of Equalization

Members serve as review committee for county’s real estate assessment

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Page moves forward without emergency shelter

Would have withstood a Category 2 hurricane

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