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Are you prepared reef peace memorial Reef in Peace offers another option for funeral planning (7/27/2022) - It’s never too early to start planning for your own or your loved one’s posthumous arrangements. Gloucester-based business Reef in Peace offers individuals an alternative to headstones and urns. Instead,…
are you prepared photography How to make your summertime photos a breeze (7/27/2022) - It is only a few weeks into the summer season and most do not enjoy doing photography during this time since it can be challenging for everyone involved. It does…
Shopping for a generator? (7/27/2022) - Increasingly, consumers are turning to generators for power in emergency situations, because the world is unpredictable. Year-round weather challenges are now the norm with snow, ice, wind, tornadoes, hurricanes and…
Virginia wines contribute $1.73B to economy (7/27/2022) - A new study finds the economic impact of Virginia wines to be an estimated $1.73 billion as of 2019. After evaluating all economic activity in Virginia related directly or indirectly…
business clean af New cleaning service begins in area (7/20/2022) - Clean AF, LLC, is a new cleaning service in the Gloucester-Mathews area. Tammy Tomlin of Gloucester and Aaron Forrest of Mathews offer both commercial and residential cleaning as well as…
business emily allen Allen selected as a CoVa BIZ Next Gen honoree (7/20/2022) - CoVa BIZ Magazine, the business magazine of Coastal Virginia, has selected Emily Allen, executive director of the Mathews County Visitor and Information Center, as one of its CoVa BIZ Next…
Gloucester couple turns food allergy into business (7/20/2022) - Gloucester residents Clay and Karen Lloyd have started their own freeze-dried food business, Rurals4Life, LLC. The husband-and-wife duo sells their freeze-dried products at local farmers’ markets in Yorktown, Urbanna and…
Chesapeake Financial reports $4M+ in second quarter earnings (7/20/2022) - Chesapeake Financial Shares, Inc., parent company of both Chesapeake Bank and Chesapeake Wealth Management, reported earnings of $4,063,623 for the second quarter of 2022, representing a 2.4 percent increase over…
Signup underway for ag program (7/20/2022) - The Tidewater Soil and Water Conservation District’s Agricultural Best Management Practices Cost Share signup period runs through Aug. 18. The district administers the Virginia Agricultural Best Management Cost Share Program…
Edmarc expands coverage area to include Gloucester, Mathews (7/20/2022) - Edmarc, the Portsmouth-based nonprofit that provides in-home care for children with life-threatening illnesses, is expanding its coverage area to include Gloucester and Mathews counties. Edmarc announced that it has raised…
Nancie Roahrig recently moved her horse therapy nonprofit, Step Up into T.L.C. Inc., Horse therapy nonprofit moves to Gloucester (7/13/2022) - Nancie Roahrig has moved Step Up into T.L.C. (Therapeutic Loving Caballos) Inc. from Arizona to Gloucester. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit focuses on “traveling the miles to bring smiles” in the form…
Gloucester Wine Festival sponsor Chesapeake Bank Gloucester Wine Festival (7/13/2022) - Chesapeake Bank has again signed on to be the headline, or “That’s Entertainment” sponsor for this year’s Gloucester Wine Festival. The Gloucester Chamber of Commerce’s 11th annual festival (which would…
Volunteer of the month Volunteer of the month (7/13/2022) - Jim Myers is Dug in Farms’ July Volunteer of the Month. Myers has volunteered at the farm since 2016, a year after it opened for business selling produce from a…
Chesapeake makes ‘Top 200 Community Banks’ list (7/13/2022) - Chesapeake Financial Shares, parent company of Chesapeake Bank, has made the American Banker magazine listing of the “Top 200 Community Banks” in the United States. The bank ranked at #130…
Shoppes at Gloucester sold for $7.45M (7/13/2022) - Cushman & Wakefield / Thalhimer’s Capital Markets Group represented the seller, BH Properties, in the marketing and sale of The Shoppes at Gloucester, a 93 percent leased, 92,273-square-foot neighborhood retail…
business restore ReStore remains open, despite talk to the contrary (7/6/2022) - After moving to its current location over a year ago, Gloucester-Mathews Habitat for Humanity ReStore is indeed still open despite what some may have been led to believe. Habitat for…
business york nursing Cabusora named future leader in long-term, post-acute care (7/6/2022) - Elizabeth Cabusora, administrator of York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and The Hamilton Assisted Living, has been chosen by the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living…
Realtors in Virginia now eligible to form association health plan (7/6/2022) - Realtors and those working in real estate brokerage firms in Virginia are now allowed to form an association health plan, thanks to bi-partisan legislation signed into law on June 16…
Forbes magazine names BayPort #1 credit union in Virginia (7/6/2022) - BayPort Credit Union has been named to Forbes’ annual list of America’s Best-In-State Credit Unions for the second consecutive year. BayPort is ranked #1 in this year’s list and one…
GMHS to receive grant from Petco Love (7/6/2022) - The Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society is set to receive a $15,000 grant investment from the national nonprofit organization Petco Love during a special celebration at the Gloucester Petco at 2 p.m.…
Virginia producers reminded to file crop acreage reports (7/6/2022) - Agricultural producers in Virginia who have not yet completed their crop acreage reports after planting should make an appointment with their U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency service center…
business river organics new products 1 River Organics releases new line of CBD-infused products (6/29/2022) - River Organics, a hemp farm in Gloucester that is one of the few USDA certified organic CBD companies in the U.S., has released a new line of spa products, including…
Atlantic Union offers low-cost checking, reduces/eliminates fees (6/29/2022) - Atlantic Union Bank is making several changes to its checking business, including the introduction of a new low-cost checking account and the elimination or reduction of fees. All changes are…
business lulu birds new owner Lulu Birds Kitchen in Gloucester to change hands (6/22/2022) - Lulu Birds Kitchen on Main Street, Gloucester, will soon be under new ownership. Current owners Keyvan and Isabelle Behnam are retiring and handing over the reins to Dave Coleman. Coleman…
Phillips Energy holds special week of Alzheimer’s fundraisers (6/22/2022) - Each June, the Alzheimer’s Association hosts a global fundraising effort on the summer solstice, the “Longest Day” of the year. This year, Phillips Energy is taking the annual summer fundraising…
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