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2012 in review: A look at Gloucester’s news stories

With a new year already begun, the Gazette-Journal looked back through its files on the year that has just passed. Here are some of the stories (big and small) that made the headlines in Gloucester in 2012.

Next week: Mathews.

JANUARY: York district supervisor Carter Borden and at-large supervisor Louise Theberge are unanimously elected as chair and vice chair, respectively. of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors for 2012 … Bobbi Morgan is named general registrar, following the retirement of Carole Gates who served in that position for 25 years … The Gloucester County School Board unanimously approves a $25.5 million contract with RRMM Architects of Chesapeake for construction of a new middle school … Freshman 98th District Del. Keith Hodges (R-Middlesex) moves into his Richmond legislative office … Former Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert D. Hicks returns to private practice after 17 years as the chief county prosecutor … The first...

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