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  • Lisburne Farm hosts Gloucester benefit Christmas Open House

    GLOUCESTER — Visitors will be able to see handmade holiday decorations, historic architecture and a huge collection of antiques all in one visit and benefiting a good cause. Historic Lisburne Farm off the Severn River in Gloucester is this year'...
  • Motorist drives into Gloucester Point Pizza Hut

    Motorist drives into Gloucester Point Pizza Hut
    No one was injured on Friday when an SUV slammed into the Pizza Hut on Route 17 in Gloucester Point. Driver Madeline Davis, 60, was heading northbound in a 2002 Toyota 4Runner when she veered off the highway into the Pizza Hut dining room, said a...
  • Information on expansion of sewer in Gloucester Point at Jan. 23 meeting

    Information on expansion of sewer in Gloucester Point at Jan. 23 meeting
    Residents in the Terrapin Cove Road area of Gloucester Point can get an update on the status and progress of the proposed sewer extension project in the area at a meeting on Jan. 23. The county is expanding sewer services in the area. Scheduled speakers...
  • Gloucester School Board approves personnel changes

    Appointments: Amanda Conner, of Gloucester Point, a paraprofessional I for kindergarten at Achilles; Donna Danaher, of Gloucester, a paraprofessional II for kindergarten at Bethel; Hope Hutson of Gloucester Point, a paraprofessional II at Botetourt;...
  • Terrapin Cove Road area sewer expansion meeting postponed

    A meeting to be held Thursday on the expansion of county sewer services in Gloucester Point's Terrapin Cove Road area has been postponed. The meeting is postponed due to a conflict with the Board of Supervisors meeting that has been rescheduled from...
  • Sewer services coming to Gloucester Point neighborhoods

    Sewer services coming to Gloucester Point neighborhoods
    The cost of hooking up to county sewer lines extending into several Gloucester Point neighborhoods could run up to $6,500 per household for dozens of homeowners, according to county projections. But the county is pursuing grant funding to cover a...
  • Terrapin Cove sewer extension meeting on Monday night

    An informational meeting on the sewer extension in the Terrapin Cove Road area will be held Monday at 7 p.m. in Watermen's Hall at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. The meeting will give residents the status of the project, which the county...
  • Washington's victory at Yorktown began with a trench carved out by picks and shovels

    Washington's victory at Yorktown began with a trench carved out by picks and shovels
    When the British army woke up on the morning of Oct. 7, 1781, one of the most decisive moments in the Siege of Yorktown and the winning of American independence had already come and gone. American and French troops digging under the cover of darkness...
  • A Gloucester man pleads guilty to child pornography possession charges

    A 70-year-old Gloucester man pleaded guilty on Monday to multiple counts of possession of child pornography. Randall Keefer, a resident of the 1900 block of Hayes Road in Gloucester Point, faces sentencing on Dec. 16 in Gloucester County Circuit Court...
  • New global study has fresh take on hotspots of fish biodiversity

    New global study has fresh take on hotspots of fish biodiversity
    Tropical coral reefs are long considered hotspots for fish biodiversity … but are they the hottest hotspots in the ocean? According to a new study, maybe not. An international research team that includes a professor and grad student from the...
  • Archaeologists to teach course on Gloucester in Civil War

    Archaeologists to teach course on Gloucester in Civil War
    Archaeologists David Brown and Thane Harpole will teach a course through Rappahannock Community College on life in Gloucester during the Civil War. The three-week course is called, "Civil War Home Front in Gloucester County: Landscapes of Struggle and...