Democrat April Moore To Visit Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club Meeting
MOUNT CRAWFORD — Years of planning, 18 months of construction and more than $41.6 million later, the new InterChange cold storage facility in Mount Crawford is operational.
HARRISONBURG — Fried chicken, mac n’ cheese and iced tea made up only a small fraction of the different dishes Rockingham County 4-H and FFA members and families piled high on the tables at the annual county fair buyers appreciation dinner on the fairground Wednesday evening.
HARRISONBURG — In 2011, customers of Sheila Helmuth’s Harrisonburg business, Kitchen Kupboard, at the Shenandoah Heritage Market at 121 Carpenters Lane constantly spoke about the need for a toy shop.
HARRISONBURG — The local unemployment rate kept fairly stable at 3% in July, with 1,973 people jobless in the Harrisonburg metro area, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
HARRISONBURG — On Monday morning, Amanda Miller Garber stood outside 2 Court Square in downtown Harrisonburg with a wide smile.
Republican Obenshain To Visit Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club Meeting
HARRISONBURG — The two local locations of Binkley & Hurst, an agriculture equipment dealership chain, will be combined into a single location in the coming months, said Don Hoover, the owner of Binkley & Hurst.
HARRISONBURG — Over $231 million of Rockingham County revenue was generated by tourism in 2018, an increase of 6.1% from 2017 and the most money generated in a Shenandoah Valley locality, according to data from the United States Travel Association.
HARRISONBURG — A Valley business is setting up shop in the historic Wetsel Seed building on West Market Street in downtown Harrisonburg this month.
Republican Wilt To Visit Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club
HARRISONBURG — For the second time in a row, Virginia was ranked the worst state to work in because of the Commonwealth’s low score on wage, worker protections and right-to-organize policies, according to a report by Oxfam America, a union of 20 charitable organizations focused on reducing poverty.
HARRISONBURG — The increase in wages and in consumer prices continued to be tit for tat in July, according to the most recent data of its kind from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Democrat Finnegan To Visit Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club
ELKTON — In Rockingham County sits the largest producer of American light lagers in the world, where nearly 500 Valley residents work — MillerCoors’ Shenandoah Brewery.
HARRISONBURG — Farming has become increasingly intertwined with technology in the 21st century with producers deploying self-driving work vehicles, flying drones and planning seeding with computer programs.
HARRISONBURG — Artisan Packaging purchased the Graham Packaging plastics plant on West Wolfe Street in Harrisonburg in an approximately $5.3 million deal completed on Aug. 29, said Jay Veenis, an owner of Artisan Packaging.
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HARRISONBURG — Gov. Ralph Northam was greeted by a crowd of nearly 80 people at the Harrisonburg Ice House on Tuesday before hearing about their experiences hiring employees during a time of low unemployment.
HARRISONBURG — As low milk prices continue to batter U.S. dairy farmers, the U.S. Department of Agriculture released the number of American operations enrolled in the new Dairy Margin Coverage program.
HARRISONBURG — Hobey Bauhan, president of the Virginia Poultry Federation, has been reappointed to the Virginia Board of Workforce Development for a second four-year term.
Hospital Official To Visit Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club
City Kiwanis Club To Get Presentation On Second Home
HARRISONBURG — An iconic Harrisonburg business, the Stonewall Jackson Inn Bed and Breakfast, is in the process of reopening, and behind the helm stands a young married couple — Becca and Joel Graham.
HARRISONBURG — Jay Veenis, the plant manager at Graham Packaging in Harrisonburg for five years, knew there was potential when the employees of the plant received a notice in June that the plant would be closing.
City Kiwanis Club Running Food Booth At Fair This Week
DAYTON — After about 10 months on the market, the historic Thomas House restaurant has been purchased from owner Charles Pennybacker who ran the business since 1994.
WEYERS CAVE — Local business owners, regional elected officials, and Valley economic development professionals gathered for the seventh annual Valley Business Summit on Thursday at the Robert E. Plecker Workforce Center at Blue Ridge Community College in Weyers Cave.
HARRISONBURG — Skyline Roofing is building a new metal workshop and an accompanying warehouse adjacent to its offices at 2389 Grace Chapel Road in Harrisonburg.
BRIDGEWATER — As tickets for the new multipurpose theater, the Sipe Center, went live on Thursday, Jay Litten thought they would sell only a couple of dozen.
HARRISONBURG — The Graham Packaging Co. plastics production facility in Harrisonburg will be closing its doors on Sept. 4, according to data from the Virginia Employment Commission.
VERONA — The Augusta County Board of Zoning Appeals voted to support the decision by zoning administrator Sandra Bunch to allow Flow Hydration to operate at Seawright Springs in Mount Sidney without a special-use permit on Thursday.
HARRISONBURG — After several years in the bail bond industry, Army veteran and retired police officer George Williams plans to teach the skills he’s learned over the last three decades to those looking to protect themselves.
HARRISONBURG — The unemployment rate in the Harrisonburg metro area rose back to 3% in May, rising slightly from April’s 2.4%, which was the lowest the area had seen in more than a decade.
City Kiwanis Club To Discuss Fair Pizza Booth Procedures
HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg location of Golden Corral, a restaurant buffet chain, is closing its doors sometime after Labor Day, said Mat Lawhon, director of operations for the location.
HARRISONBURG — James Madison University will be taking on an $8.2 million, four-story building slated for completion in fall of 2020 on Harrison Street in Harrisonburg.
HARRISONBURG — Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative will benefit from a new solar power agreement between its electricity provider and a renewable energy company.
Doug Michael Joins Heritage Real Estate
HARRISONBURG — The number of truckers has hit a record high, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, but that doesn’t mean there’s enough drivers, according to some in the trucking industry.
HARRISONBURG — When Amberlee and Zach Carlson began making one-gallon batches of homemade alcoholic cider at their Harrisonburg home in 2015, they saw it only as a hobby.
HARRISONBURG — Sentara RMH Medical Center has moved its business office to 1515 Country Club Road, the home of American National University, a predominantly online, accredited university.
HARRISONBURG — The deadline is looming for applications to the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce's annual leadership program.
Kiwanis Club To Get Presentation On Child Water Safety
HARRISONBURG — Halfway through 2019, the housing market in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County continues its supply drop and quick sale rate, according to data from the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Association of Realtors and HarrisonburgHousingToday.com.
Lumber Liquidators, a hardwood flooring company, confirmed the company will be opening a location in Suite A 1866 East Market St. at the former location of Pier 1 Imports in Harrisonburg. The store is slated to have a soft opening Sept. 20. It will be Lumber Liquidators 17th store in Virginia.
DAYTON — Ashley Messick, a Rockingham County native, has joined Hometown Realty Group, according to a press release.
HARRISONBURG — The Shenandoah Valley Partnership, a regional economic development program sponsored by James Madison University, presented its annual report on Wednesday at Blue Ridge Community College’s Robert E. Plecker Workforce Center in Weyers Cave.
HARRISONBURG — To some, poultry processing is business. To Corwin Heatwole, CEO of Shenandoah Valley Organics and a sixth-generation farmer from Bath County, it’s personal.
HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office issued seven business permits in June.