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Gloucester (Gloucester, Virginia)

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  • Gloucester Wine Festival to be held on Saturday

    The 3rd Annual Gloucester Wine Festival featuring 10 Virginia wineries and live music will be held Saturday at Brent and Becky's Bulbs. In addition to the Virginia wines, the festival features more than 60 vendors offering food, crafts, jewelry,...
  • Sheriff Darrell Warren has raised more than $32,000 for election

    Gloucester County Sheriff Darrell Warren, facing a challenge from perennial sheriff's candidate Clarence Bowser in the Nov. 6 election, has raised $32,384 in this year's election campaign, according to records filed with the Virginia Board of Elections....
  • 5 haunts in Virginia's Historic Triangle

    5 haunts in Virginia's Historic Triangle
    Has the spirit world taken up residence in your home or neighborhood? No? You sure about that? No eerie moans whistling through your hallways? No strange sightings on your local highways and byways? Nothing going bump in the deepest, darkest hours of...
  • This weekend's high school scores

     THURSDAY Warwick 35, Heritage 14 Lafayette 25, York 20 Bethel 32, Menchville 7 Arcadia 36, Northampton 0 FRIDAY (From VirginiaPreps.com): Mostly publicAmelia County 26 Cumberland 14 Amherst County 17 E.C. Glass 0 Atlee 51 Armstrong 24 Bassett 51...
  • Country store records depict rural life

    Country store records depict rural life
    Day after day for more than 20 years, the dutiful clerks at historic Ware Neck Store saved virtually every scrap of paper that passed through their hands as they conducted business. Thousands of receipts, bills, advertisements and customer shopping...
  • Dual-party primary on tap in Gloucester on June 11

    The primary election on June 11 will have Democratic and Republican ballots, with absentee ballot voting available beginning April 26. While Virginia law stipulates that any qualified voter may vote in either political party's primary, no voter may vote...
  • Guinea Jubilee scholarship applications due May 1, other info

    Here's some general Guinea Jubilee news updates. First off, applications for the annual Guinea Heritage Association scholarship, typically valued at $500, are due on May 1. Complete applications can be downloaded at www.guineajubilee.com. There are...
  • Civil War commemoration events coming to Gloucester

    Civil War commemoration events coming to Gloucester
    A commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Civil War raids on Gloucester will begin on April 5 with the unveiling of the Virginia Historical Society's Civil War panel exhibit at Gloucester Arts On Main Street. The event begins at 6 p.m. and is free and...
  • Climate change could hike pollen counts, allergy rates

    Climate change could hike pollen counts, allergy rates
    An unusually cool March has kept seasonal allergy sufferers in Hampton Roads indoors, out of the line of fire of springtime pollen — and breathing easier because of it. But the word from climate scientists and allergists is to enjoy it while it...
  • VIMS report: Economic impact of boats in Virginia is $1.1 billion

    VIMS report: Economic impact of boats in Virginia is $1.1 billion
    As Gloucester eyes nearly tripling the boat tax in the next budget year, a 2012 Virginia Institute of Marine Science report offers some insight into the economic effects boats have on the economy. The report, authored by VIMS Prof. Tom Murray, was...
  • Gloucester Commissioner of Revenue responds to licensing ordinance discussion

    Commissioner of Revenue Kevin Wilson had this to say in an email on Thursday regarding the plans by the Board of Supervisors to tweak a county ordinance so that vendors and organizers of events such as the Daffodil Festival won't be assessed a $500 fee by...
  • Thursday's 3/28 local schedule (updated Wednesday AM)

    COLLEGES Baseball Virginia Wesleyan at Christopher Newport, 3 Softball Mary Washington at Virginia Wesleyan (doubleheader), 3 Track and field Texas Relays (in Austin; including Hampton) Men’s tennis Binghamton at Norfolk State, 2 Women’s...