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Chesapeake Bay Program notes increase in wetlandsacross watershed (1/31/2024) - Experts from the Chesapeake Bay Program report that between 2014 and 2022, the Chesapeake Bay watershed gained 4,310 acres of newly created or restored wetlands. This is a slight increase…
‘Graveyards of Guinea’ (1/31/2024) - David Bristow, owner and director of Hogg Funeral Home in Hayes, was the guest speaker for the Guinea Heritage Association’s first Fourth Friday program of 2024 at Buck’s Store Museum,…
Bethany UMC to host forum on aging on Feb. 21 (1/31/2024) - Bethany United Methodist Church, 1860 Hayes Road, Gloucester Point, will hold a panel forum on aging from 10 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Feb. 21. The forum is open to…
Friends-of-the-Dragon-Run DAR program speaker to discuss Dragon Run (1/31/2024) - The Augustine Warner Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10, in the Abingdon Episcopal Church Parish House, Route 17, White…
Sea Farms awarded $250,000 state catfish grant (1/31/2024) - Sea Farms Inc. of Gloucester has been awarded a $250,000 state grant through the Governor’s Blue Catfish Processing, Flash Freezing, and Infrastructure Grant Program. This will be the inaugural funding…
Additional racist graffiti found at Gloucester schools (1/31/2024) - After racist graffiti was reported in a Peasley Middle School restroom on Jan. 19, two more similar messages were found within Gloucester County Public Schools earlier this week. Dr. Anthony…
Gloucester supervisors to meet Tuesday (1/31/2024) - Several public hearings will be held at Tuesday’s meeting of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors, as well as discussion of an ordinance to limit the county’s Aberdeen Creek Wharf…
Gloucester NAACP to meet Monday via Zoom (1/31/2024) - The Gloucester Branch of the NAACP will meet on Monday via the Zoom platform, beginning at 7 p.m. Dr. Wesley Wilson, president of the Woodville Rosenwald School Foundation, will give…
gloucester ware market Vendor applications (1/31/2024) - The Gloucester Farmers Market at Historic Ware Church is now accepting vendor applications for the 2024 season. The market is held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the second Saturday…
Covid cases on decline following holiday spike (1/31/2024) - COVID-19 cases spiked in Gloucester and Mathews counties after the holiday season, but they’re now on the decline. There have been 608 cases of the virus in Gloucester over the…
gloucester daffodil club gearing up Gloucester Daffodil Club preparing for season (1/31/2024) - The Gloucester Daffodil Club has been busy preparing for the upcoming daffodil season, fulfilling its mission to “Turn Gloucester Yellow.” The club’s 2023 plantings included more than 10,000 Daffodil Bulbs…
gloucester osprey Osprey Watch Alliance to meet next week (1/31/2024) - Osprey Watch Alliance will meet next week at the Gloucester Library, Main Street Center. The meeting will be held from 1-3 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7, in the library’s Community…
gloucester vladu naacp reception right NAACP holds welcome reception for Dr. Vladu (1/31/2024) - The Gloucester County NAACP held a welcome reception for new Gloucester County Public Schools superintendent Dr. Anthony Vladu last Wednesday, Jan. 24, at the newly renovated Woodville Rosenwald School, located…
Gloucester Sheriff questions numbers used in presentation (1/31/2024) - Gloucester Sheriff Darrell Warren questioned numbers related to his office that were included in an article in the Gazette-Journal on Jan. 25. That article discussed Mathews Sheriff April Edwards’s appearance…
York River Garden Club to meet Feb. 8 (1/31/2024) - The York River Garden Club will hold a talk by Susan Walton, a Master Naturalist with experience with butterflies, at 10 a.m. next Thursday, Feb. 8 at Bethany United Methodist…
business camp cardinal Camp Cardinal RV Resort announces photo contest winners (1/24/2024) - Winners of Camp Cardinal RV Resort’s inaugural photo contest were announced via Facebook Live on Jan. 19. More than 200 entries were submitted tagging Camp Cardinal (@campcardinalrv on Instagram, and/or…
point ruritans Abingdon Ruritans (1/24/2024) - Johnny Moore, Governor of the Ruritan Chesapeake District, was the guest speaker at the Abingdon Ruritan Club’s January membership meeting. Moore is a pharmacist who worked for Kmart Pharmacy for…
point narfe NARFE officers (1/24/2024) - At the Jan. 16 meeting of the National Active Retired Federal Employees, Chapter 1757, guest speaker Marilyn Riddle, Virginia NARFE Area 1 Vice President, conducted the 2024 officer induction ceremony.…
Clam Chowder Sale to be held Feb. 10 (1/24/2024) - Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday, the Abingdon Ruritan Club will hold its popular Clam Chowder Sale, beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10 (the day before Super…
gloucester library recycle right Recycle Right (1/24/2024) - The “Start Smart, Recycle Right” public awareness campaign by askHRgreen.org placed a call for artists in fall 2022 to find a local talent to create a recycling-themed LOVE sign. Tom…
gloucester montessori GUEST donation drive (1/24/2024) - Staff, students, parents and friends of Gloucester Montessori School held a donation drive to benefit GUEST (the Gloucester United Emergency Shelter Team). They were able to drop off food, clothes,…
1a paul darnell Former Gloucester resident wins Emmy (1/24/2024) - Former Gloucester resident Paul Darnell received an Emmy award for his work as a stuntman in the Disney + TV series, The Mandalorian. Darnell was born in Charlottesville, but he…
burkes mill stream bridge 3 Burke Mill Stream bridge on Route 14 to get makeover (1/24/2024) - The busy Route 3/14 westbound bridge at the boundary line between Gloucester and Mathews counties is due for a makeover, starting later this year. Kelly Hannon, public information officer for…
Early voting underway for presidential primaries (1/24/2024) - Early in-person voting for Virginia’s March 5 Republican and Democratic presidential primaries began Friday at local registrar’s offices throughout the commonwealth. Virginia’s March 5 primaries are part of Super Tuesday,…
Pet food drive (1/24/2024) - The Gloucester Hippies 4-H Club recently held a pet food drive, collecting over 400 pounds of food, plus treats, toys and collars for the pets at Gloucester Animal Control. Pictured…

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