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  • Gloucester supervisor, superintendent exchange e-mails on school funding

     
    Here's an exchange of e-mails between Gloucester Supervisor Michelle Ressler and Gloucester Public School System Superintendent Ben Kiser over the school funding issue. Start from the bottom up, of course.----- Original Message ----- From: gcpskiser@cox.net To
  • Former Gloucester official Jay Scudder lands gig in Fluvanna

     
    Jay Scudder, the former Gloucester County planning director, has been hired as county administrator in Fluvanna County. Scudder left Gloucester in May 2008 in the turbulent months after the infamous Jan. 2-3 Board of Supervisors meeting to become the...

    Supervisors nominate Theberge to be voting delegate at VACO

     
    Supervisor Gregory Woodard nominated Supervisor Louise Theberge to be the voting delegate representing Gloucester County at the Virginia Association of Counties meeting on Nov. 7-9. Woodard also nominated Supervisor John Northstein to be the alternate...

    Have Civil War documents? Get them scanned in Gloucester

     
    Representatives from the Library of Virginia will be in Gloucester on Dec. 11 to scan Civil War-era documents. Of particular interest are documents from 1859-67 that reflect social, political, military, business and religious life in Virginia during the...

    Gloucester taxpayers' bill for VACO: $3,970

     
    Three Gloucester County supervisors and County Administrator Brenda Garton attended the Virginia Association of Counties annual conference on Nov. 5-9 at cost to county taxpayers of $3,970, according to documents from the county. The top spender was...
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  • Hanging out in Haiti with Madison Smartt Bell

    Hanging out in Haiti with Madison Smartt Bell
    It's practically impossible for Americans to learn much about the country of Haiti without running into the works of Goucher College's creative writing professor and award-winning novelist Madison Smartt Bell. Along with a dozen or so published pieces,...
  • On Falls Road, the return of a county landmark

    On Falls Road, the return of a county landmark
    The Valley Inn, a landmark property on Falls Road near the city-county border, is back in business. Now operated by Ted Bauer, owner of the of the popular Oregon Grille in Hunt Valley, the Valley Inn has been revealing itself, quietly, in stages....
  • Man wanted for allegedly exposing himself to N. Laurel hotel employees

    Man wanted for allegedly exposing himself to N. Laurel hotel employees
    Howard County police are searching for a man who allegedly exposed himself to employees at two North Laurel motels, police said Tuesday. Police have released a surveillance photo from one of the incidents.  At approximately 1:07 a.m. on May 1,...
  • Berlin is a small town with big appeal

    Berlin is a small town with big appeal
    City slickers, be forewarned. One visit to this picturesque and utterly charming town on Maryland's Eastern Shore, and even devout urbanites may be tempted to pull up roots, pack their bags and change ZIP codes. That's no exaggeration. Berlin has in...
  • Fleet Street Tavern cleans up well

    Fleet Street Tavern cleans up well
    Nearly two decades ago, Rob Coyle helped his friend Rich Mackey open an Irish pub in Washington. It went well — Mackey's Public House is still open on L Street — and the two friends agreed, back then, to open another bar should they ever get...
  • Five unique accommodations in the Maryland area

    Five unique accommodations in the Maryland area
    No offense to conventional hotels, but sometimes you just want to stay someplace a little different, a little avant-garde, someplace you'll be able to tell the grandkids about someday. You know, someplace that, once you post a picture on Facebook,...
  • New life for the black-eyed Susan drink at Preakness

    New life for the black-eyed Susan drink at Preakness
    Take vodka, rum, whiskey, bourbon, peach schnapps, orange juice, pineapple juice, sour mix, orange-flavored liqueur, elderflower-flavored liqueur, shake, pour into a souvenir glass and garnish with an orange slice, cherry and mint sprig. Then dump it on...
  • Vagabond Players presents vibrant production of 'The Foreigner'

    Vagabond Players presents vibrant production of 'The Foreigner'
    In the canon of stage comedies, Larry Shue's "The Foreigner" may not rank in the uppermost percentile, but there sure is something awfully likable about it. The work has been widely and frequently performed since its off-Broadway premiere in 1984, a...
  • Kooper's tavern coming to Jacksonville

     Kooper's tavern coming to Jacksonville
    The owners of the newest restaurant to try their luck next in the Manor Shopping Center in Jacksonville know what it takes to run a successful business. Patrick and Katie Russell, of Monkton, opened Kooper's Tavern in Fells Point in 1997 as well as...
  • Ocean City: What's new at the beach

    Ocean City: What's new at the beach
    One of the best things about Ocean City is that some things never change. Families visit the same restaurants, year after year. Kids experience the same rides their parents rode when they were kids. The wild horses of Assateague stay wild and the gorgeous...
  • Maryland tourist destinations prepare for a boost in business

    Maryland tourist destinations prepare for a boost in business
    Visitors trying to shake off a particularly snowy winter and rainy spring could give a boost to Maryland's tourist destinations this summer. Business owners and tourism officials are seeing signs of a healthy season before the traditional Memorial Day...
  • State board approves land deal for College Park hotel

    State board approves land deal for College Park hotel
    Over objections about the fairness of the process, the state Board of Public Works approved a land deal Wednesday that would allow a developer to build a luxury hotel and conference center at the University of Maryland, College Park. The university...