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  • Friday night high school scorelist

    Amelia County 34 Charles City 14 Amherst County 19 George Washington 6 Appomattox 32 Cumberland 8 Armstrong 24 Thomas Jefferson (Richmond) 12 Atlee 41 Deep Run 37 Bath County 24 Buffalo Gap 13 Battlefield 34 Osbourn Park 13 Bayside 27 Green Run 14...
  • VDOT to take comments on Main Street transportation study

    A public hearing will be held by staff from the Virginia Department of Transportation and Gloucester County on Thursday to address congestion and safety along the Route 17 Business/Main Street corridor. Comments at the meeting will be used in conjunction...
  • Gloucester Point resident appointed to RCC board

    Gloucester Point resident James C. Phillips has been appointed by the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors as the county's representative to the Rappahannock Community College Board. Phillps was appointed to a four-year term. Phillips expanded...
  • Lower Middle Peninsula scores nearly $10 million in defense contracts

    Here is a list of companies in Gloucester, Mathews, Middlesex and the town of West Point that secured defense contracts in 2011. The list is compiled by The Center for Security Policy, an entity that identifies itself as a non-profit, non-partisan...
  • What happened to Matt?

     
    Gloucester reporter and blogger Matt Sabo will be on vacation until August 2. He'll begin updating the blog again after that. Thanks for reading, and check out our Gloucester page for more Gloucester news during Matt Sabo's absence. Amber Nettles, Mobile....
  • Gloucester Task Force on Community Concerns disbands

     
    After nearly five years, a community task force that was launched initially to ward off the societal ravages of methamphetamine use and later morphed into something else entirely is going kaput. The Gloucester Task Force on Community Concerns is...
  • Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic looks for tax break

     
    A second non-profit organization is seeking to have its real estate taxes exempted this year. The Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic has filed the requisite paperwork for the exemption and the Board of Supervisors is expected Tuesday night to approve a public...
  • Gloucester School Board meets behind closed doors for evaluation

     
    The Gloucester School Board will meet Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 in a closed meeting to conduct its annual evaluation of Superintendent Ben Kiser. By all indications, the School Board has been pleased with Kiser's performance in a tough budget climate,.......
  • New library director in Gloucester to start Sept. 2

     
    A Maryland woman has been hired to run the Gloucester Public Library system. Diane Rebertus is the Children's Services Supervisor for the Cecil County, Md., Public Library System, in a community of approximately 100,000 residents. Rebertus brings a...
  • Five public hearings on tap tonight for Gloucester supervisors

     
    It's the first Tuesday of the month and you know what that means. The Board of Supervisors meeting! Tonight's agenda is chock full of public hearings -- five to be exact. The public hearings begin at 8 p.m. and open......
  • Games supervisors play: It goes both ways in Gloucester

     
    At last night's Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Gregory Woodard complained about "these games." He was referring to the request of the School Board to delay a decision on the method of school funding until after a joint Sept. 21......
  • Woodard: Gloucester School Board tries to `micromanage' supervisors

     
    It was a rough start to the Gloucester Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday night when sparring erupted over a letter from School Board Chair Ann Burruss. She was asking the Board of Supervisors to delay discussing and voting on changing......