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Gloucester inmate struck by vehicle (8/14/2019) - A Saluda woman was charged with reckless driving Tuesday after the vehicle she was driving struck a Gloucester Jail inmate cutting grass with a jail work crew. The accident occurred…
Main Street improvements in Gloucester (8/7/2019) - The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors gave its nod Tuesday night to two projects to move forward to enhance Gloucester’s Main Street. The first is an enhancement funded by the…
Flat Iron Crossroads looks to become community music venue (8/7/2019) - Flat Iron, a small area motorists travel through on their way to Ware Neck, is undergoing a transformation, back to a community of business, arts and services that it once…
Gloucester family presented with veteran’s World War II medals (8/7/2019) - After 70 years of being unaware he had earned them, a local veteran’s family was formally presented with the medals he was should have received during his four years in…
Heroes and villains to fill library: Comix Con (8/7/2019) - Hundreds of heroes and villains are expected to descend upon the Gloucester Main Library Saturday for the 4th Comix Con gathering. There will be plenty of fun for all ages…
Extensive repairs underway on Tidemill Bridge (8/7/2019) - As drivers in Gloucester Point have undoubtedly noticed, the Tidemill Road bridge over Sarah’s Creek is undergoing VDOT maintenance after being designated “structurally deficient” in 2018. The repairs come as…
Hong Kong native serving two churches in Gloucester (8/7/2019) -  Ann Tang, Hong Kong native who has been living in the United States for 27 years, has made a positive mark on many. She is now minister for Salem and…
Planners to consider expansion of Fiddler’s Green development (8/7/2019) - The Gloucester County Planning Commission will hear a request for a proffer amendment at its September meeting, as the developer of Fiddler’s Green is seeking to increase capacity in that…
Page MS hosting Governor’s School program (7/31/2019) -  Page Middle School is hosting 160 gifted children this week in the Middle Peninsula Summer Regional Governor’s School program.   The children attending are from school divisions in Gloucester, Mathews, Middlesex,…