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Gloucester planners look at family transfer regulations (3/11/2020) - Gloucester planners discussed family transfers, the health department subdivision review process, and a potential county-sponsored rezoning in the Glenns area during its meeting last Thursday in the colonial courthouse. Planning…
Fade to Blue to play Friday at Flat Iron (3/11/2020) - Fade to Blue will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Flat Iron Crossroads off Ware Neck Road in Gloucester. The band is comprised of its creator, bassist Brian Eubanks, and…
Gloucester gallery showcases colonial people and places (3/11/2020) - Local artists Cate Kauffman and Bob Carlson are exhibiting their original paintings in a show titled, “Colonial Williamsburg: People and Places,” at Stewart Gallery in Gloucester through Tuesday, March 31.…
Good Shot Judy to perform at Seafood Festival (3/11/2020) - Good Shot Judy, the Gloucester-based swing ensemble, will provide the music for this summer’s second annual Sea Farms Seafood Festival, sponsored by the Seafood Shack. The Saturday, Aug. 22 event…
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DAV Auxiliary to hold annual meeting April 1 (3/11/2020) - Gloucester Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Chapter 58 will hold its annual meeting for the election of officers at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1, at the DAV chapter headquarters off…
Lenten fish fry dinners begin Friday (3/11/2020) - The Knights of Columbus will host a series of Lenten fish fry dinners on three consecutive Fridays, beginning this Friday, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at St. Therese Roman Catholic…
Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner at Olive Branch UMC on March 20 (3/11/2020) - The Olive Branch United Methodist Church Men’s annual Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner will be held from 5-7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 20, at the church, which is located at…
Boards to hold joint budget work session (3/11/2020) - The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors and Gloucester School Board will hold a joint meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the T.C. Walker Education Center to consider the school board’s…
Public dig day Saturday at Woodville School (3/11/2020) - The Woodville Rosenwald School on Route 17 in Ordinary will hold a public dig day, artifact display and grounds exhibition from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Spectators are invited…
Pollard, Stone win ribbons at CBGS Science Symposium (3/11/2020) - The Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School held its 17th annual Science Symposium at Virginia Commonwealth University on Saturday. During the morning sessions, 76 seniors presented their senior research projects, which were…
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Riverside presents Memory Care Learning Series (3/11/2020) - A Memory Care Learning Series to support family caregivers with tips, techniques and best practices launched on the Middle Peninsula this week and registration is open. The four-part program presented…
Trip planned to see The Big Flea (3/11/2020) - Gloucester Parks, Recreation and Tourism is sponsoring a trip to The Big Flea, an antiques show at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, from noon to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, March…
Bland Music Competition (3/11/2020) - Winners of the Gloucester Lions Club’s 2020 Bland Music Competition were, from left, Ada Zhang, third-place instrumental; Meiling Fan, first-place instrumental; Aaron Kelly Cirillo, third-place vocals; Hailey Rae Williams, second-place…
Bird walk to be held March 19 at Beaverdam Park (3/11/2020) - The Middle Peninsula Bird Club will guide participants in a bird walk on Thursday, March 19, at Beaverdam Park in Gloucester; meet at the main entrance at 8 a.m. to…
Unknown when new Page baseball diamond will be built (3/11/2020) - A baseball field is planned for Page Middle School, but it is still not known when the diamond will be put in place, the Gloucester School Board was told in…
Spring coaches prepare for season at GHS (3/11/2020) - Gus Morande As spring begins, so does a new sports season at Gloucester High School. The teams have already constructed their rosters, and begun to hold scrimmages with other schools.…
Montessori School students hold successful cleanup (3/11/2020) - The elementary students at Gloucester Montessori School took advantage of some good weather on Thursday, Feb. 27, to get an early start on Clean Gloucester Day. Students collected six bags…
‘Bloom and Grow’ gets children into daffodil fun (3/11/2020) - Children ages 6-13 are invited to take part in a free flower-arranging session on Saturday, April 4, at Arts on Main, during the Gloucester Daffodil Festival. With the theme “Bloom…
GHS grads off to good start with EMU softball (3/11/2020) - Gloucester High School graduates Emma West and Courtney Hall have gotten their freshmen year with Eastern Mennonite University’s softball program off to a good start. Emma West West recorded her…
Daffodils and Art event part of festival (3/11/2020) - Arts, daffodils and imagination will combine in the annual Daffodils and Art event to take place Saturday and Sunday, April 4 and 5, at Arts on Main during the Gloucester…
Census mailings are on the way; the 2020 count seeks broad response (3/11/2020) - Beginning today, homes around the country will start receiving official mail from the U.S. Census Bureau with detailed information on how to respond to the 2020 Census, either online, by…
Bass fishing series begins at Beaverdam (3/11/2020) - The Rippin’ Lips Open Bass Series kicked off Saturday at Beaverdam Park with 42 boats taking on the cold and windy day. The tournament saw four bass weighing more than…