90 YEARS AGOThursday, Dec. 31, 1931from the Gloucester Gazette
Three cars were involved in an automobile collision on the State highway at Ark Sunday night when a Chevrolet coach driven by Joe Diggs ran into Sinclair Rhodes’s Ford coach parked on the side of the road, pushing Rhodes’s car back into a Durant, also parked at roadside, owned by Marion Chapman. Diggs’s car was turned over, and a brother, who was riding with him, sustained a bad cut on the head, which required two stitches at the hands of Dr. H.A. Tabb. Both Diggs’s and Rhodes’s cars were badly damaged.
50 YEARS AGOThursday, Dec. 30, 1971from the Gazette-Journal
A ban on roadside hunting in Gloucester went into effect at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday following a public hearing Monday night which drew about 140 persons.
Following comments by many of those in attendance, a show of hands indicated the crowd was about evenly divided on the issue. A quick count revealed 50 persons were in favor of the ordinance and 46 opposed....
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