[Posted on Oct 19, 2016 | 2459 views]
Stuart Anderson Jr. and Casey Kelly were crowned king and queen at the Mathews homecoming game. Photo by Charlie Koenig
John West and Kayla Tobin were crowned king and queen during homecoming at Gloucester High. West was named Duke of the Year during the pre-game pep rally. Photo by Kim Robins
Emily Sorey, left, looks like she’s having a hard time balancing on the MHS senior float during Friday afternoon’s homecoming parade in Mathews. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Gloucester High seniors show their school spirit during last Thursday’s homecoming parade. Photo by Kim Robins
Bill Vrooman, technology coordinator for Mathews County Public Schools and a general Mr. Fix-It when it comes to anything technical in the school division, was the grand marshal for Friday’s Mathews homecoming parade. He was accompanied by his student technology interns. Driving the car for Vrooman and the kids was last year’s grand marshal, former superintendent of schools, Dr. David J. Holleran. Photo by Charlie Koenig
The Gloucester High School junior class float featured a Duke angling to hook a hurricane during the homecoming parade. Photo by Kim Robins
The Blue Devil Marching Band performed for the crowds in Mathews during Friday’s homecoming parade. Photo by Charlie Koenig
The freshman class float adopted a Pokemon Go theme during the school’s homecoming parade, which was held last Thursday along Main Street. Photo by Kim Robins
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Procedures questioned following rabid skunk attack

These cows were exposed to a rabid skunk last week.

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G-M Care Clinic to open new facility

A “soft opening” of the new facility is scheduled for Tuesday.

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Volunteers ask for better radios

Representatives of the Mathews Volunteer Rescue Squad and Mathews Volunteer Fire Department made a plea to supervisors Tuesday night.

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Bread for Life Food Pantry expands to meet growing need

The pantry held its fifth anniversary celebration March 19.

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Crab pot season off to slow start

It will probably be two weeks before the water’s warm enough to catch crabs.

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Stormwater issue to come before board Tuesday

Action taken by the board of supervisors Tuesday night will shape the program advertised for a public hearing at the May 6 meeting of the board.

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