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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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Gloucester names new superintendent

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The announcement was made Wednesday evening

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Where is the next generation of veterans?

Legion posts pay tribute to fallen comrades

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New charges for Gores

Commonwealth’s attorney cites new information received

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G-M Care Clinic to hold grand opening celebration Friday

Ceremony at 2 p.m., followed by refreshments and tours

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Funding approved for high school chillers

Supervisor Jack White votes against the motion

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Revolutionary War encampment

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Re-enactors visit Gloucester Court House

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Civic group raising money to outfit new fire engine

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Project would support Station 4 and Harcum residents

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Mathews moves ahead with Main Street improvements

Work expected to be completed over two-year period

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Boaters would like access to Mathews Court House

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Enjoy anchoring in the East River on weekends and holidays

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Gloucester’s Werowocomoco site envisioned as national park

Gloucester residents Bob and Lynn Ripley, from left, give Governor Terry McAuliffe a tour of their Purton Bay property, the site of Werowocomoco, Chief Powhatan’s capital. With them is anthropologist Martin Gallivan of the College of William and Mary. Photo by Sherry Hamilton

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