Gloucester Main Street businesses will see an infusion of $40,000, and over 400 health care workers from Riverside Walter Reed Hospital will receive $100 gift certificates to shop in the Gloucester Village, thanks to the recently launched Downtown Dollars program, an innovative economic recovery program spearheaded by the Gloucester Main Street Preservation Trust and made … Continue reading “Iconic Main Street Launches Downtown Dollars Program, Infuses $40,000 Into the Gloucester Village Thanks to Donors”

Governor Ralph Northam today announced a diverse group of leaders participating in the Commonwealth’s COVID-19 Business Task Force, which will continue to provide advice and guidance to the Cabinet on a safe, responsible strategy for easing restrictions on businesses and individuals. Included on the task force is Jenny Crittenden, Executive Director for the Gloucester Main … Continue reading “Governor Northam Taps Jenny Crittenden from Main Street for Broad Group of Leaders for COVID-19 Business Task Force”

Trading Main Streets Raffle Tickets are NOW AVAILABLE! Gloucester Main Street Association (GMSA) hopes that you and your family are well. We know that these uncertain times are stressful on all. Your local non-profit organization, GMSA is looking ahead to better times. What better way to celebrate the end of the COVID-19 than to get … Continue reading “Trading Main Streets Raffle”

The Gloucester Main Street Preservation Trust and the Gloucester Revolving Loan Fund jointly announced today the launch of a zero-interest emergency loan program for restaurant, retail, hospitality and personal service businesses along Gloucester’s Main Street. The purpose of the program will be to provide a quick source of cash flow to help Gloucester Village businesses … Continue reading “Gloucester Main Street Preservation Trust Partners with Gloucester Revolving Loan Fund to Create a Zero Interest Emergency Loan Fund for Small Businesses”

Following guidance from federal, state and local officials, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Virginia Department of Health, the 2020 Gloucester Arts Festival will be cancelled for June 2020 and will return in 2021, steering committee leadership of the annual event announced today. The cancellation will include the previously planned … Continue reading “Gloucester Arts Festival 2020 Cancelled Amid Novel Coronavirus COVID-19”


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