DAYTON — Ashley Messick, a Rockingham County native, has joined Hometown Realty Group, according to a press release.
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.
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.
Pediatric Brain Injuries Topic At City Kiwanis Club
HARRISONBURG — Costs associated with health care continue to rise across the country, and to find out the local impact, the Daily News-Record spoke with area experts Summer Sage and Timothy Jost.
HARRISONBURG — Dr. Isaac E.R. Goode has joined Harrisonburg SmileMakers on East Market Street.
HARRISONBURG — On Wednesday, Virginia was named the top state for business in America by CNBC, a news business outlet, for the first time since 2011.
Kiwanis To Hear From Poison Control Center Representative
HARRISONBURG — Sign up is now underway for another dairy risk management program authorized through the 2018 Farm Bill.
HARRISONBURG — As hemp production in Virginia ramps up, one hemp product, Cannabidiol oil, has found its way into many Harrisonburg stores.
HARRISONBURG — Within 15 minutes of opening, there were more people inside the new location of Gamer Oasis at 140 East Wolfe St. in Harrisonburg than were even allowed to be in the business’s old location on South Carlton Street.
VERONA — The Augusta County Board of Zoning Appeals voted to table the decision to affirm, reverse or modify the decision by county Zoning Administrator Sandra Bunch to allow Flow Hydration to operate without a special use permit on the Seawright Springs facility located at 40 Seawright Road…
VERONA - The Augusta County Board of Supervisors voted to table the decision on whether to affirm, reverse or modify the decision by Sandra Bunch, county zoning administrator, to allow Flow to operate at Seawright Springs in Mount Sidney without a special use permit during Wednesday’s meeting.
HARRISONBURG — Mount Sidney residents are taking their concerns about the Flow Alkaline Spring Water facility at Seawright Springs to the Augusta County Board of Zoning Appeals at 1:30 p.m. today in a public meeting at the county government center in Verona.
HARRISONBURG — F&M Bank, a locally owned and operated financial institution, has started collecting votes for its first “Local Business You Love” contest, where the winner will receive $10,000 from the bank.
HARRISONBURG — The Virginia Department of Taxation has closed Sipe’s Restaurant and Bar in Harrisonburg for a debt of $19,390.24 in unpaid state taxes, according to Department of Taxation documents posted on the door of the East Market Street eatery.
Safe Kids Organization Topic At Kiwanis
HARRISONBURG — The nationwide unemployment rate is 3.3%, forcing employers to look wider and harder for employees to fill in jobs, said Debby Hopkins, workforce officer for the Shenandoah Valley Workforce Development Board.
HARRISONBURG — A stormcloud over the Harrisonburg solar industry has been blown away this week as the Harrisonburg Electric Commission announced that it would not be changing the reimbursement approach to solar energy producers during its meeting.
HARRISONBURG — Dairy, especially milk, plays a large role in school lunches — the trick is getting kids to drink it.
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HARRISONBURG — The last time the Harrisonburg metro area has seen the unemployment rate this low, 2.4% to be exact, was October 2007, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Bridgewater Rotary To Hold Year-End Awards Banquet
HARRISONBURG — When Angela Taglianetti, 54, of Harrisonburg, was first asked where she wanted to work, she responded “McDonald’s.”
HARRISONBURG — Sentara RMH received the Magnet recognition, the highest national honor for nursing standards, for the second time over five years.
HARRISONBURG — The upcoming $2.2 billion in improvements on Interstate 81 were included in a report called “Highway Boondoggles 5” put forward by think-tanks Frontier Group and the U.S. Public Interest Research Group.
HARRISONBURG — Shenandoah Growers, an indoor agriculture company, is undergoing a major expansion to its location in Harrisonburg, which is part of a $100 million investment in the company’s three locations in Virginia over the next year.
HARRISONBURG — U.S. Rep. Ben Cline, R-Lexington, along with a group of bipartisan legislators, introduced the Small Business Reorganization Act to simplify the bankruptcy process for small businesses on Tuesday.
HARRISONBURG — As internet speed becomes increasingly vital to business viability, rural communities without fast, reliable access to the internet are often passed over by companies looking to set up shop.
Bridgewater Rotary To Host Habitat For Humanity Director
HARRISONBURG — Would you print a house?
HARRISONBURG — Sarah Layman brings her best everyday, whether she’s greeting customers, folding boxes, making pizzas or working the cash register, which is her favorite part of her job at the Waynesboro Domino’s Pizza.
‘Coach Whitelow’ To Speak At Bridgewater Rotary Club
HARRISONBURG — Dozens of business leaders learned about the tax grants and incentives available to those who hire a diverse workforce at a Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce event at the Lucy F. Simms Continuing Education Center on Wednesday afternoon.
MOUNT JACKSON — Planning Commission and Town Council members held a joint public hearing Monday evening to hear presentations from Bowman Andros and French Brothers LLC related to expansion and rezoning requests respectively.
HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce will hold its first diversity in business workforce event on Wednesday.
HARRISONBURG — Chris Hall can recall a time when he left his house maybe once a month.
Bridgewater Rotary Club To Get Presentation On Comics
HARRISONBURG — Trucking tonnage across the nation increased more than 7% in April, despite a decline in current rates and volume of freight, according to data from American Trucking Associations.
HARRISONBURG — Visitors to national parks contributed $40.1 billion to the U.S. economy, along with 329,000 jobs, in 2018, according to a press release from the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Dayton Police Officer To Present At Bridgewater Rotary Club
HARRISONBURG — The unemployment rate for workers with disabilities has hit at least a 10-year low and with the general joblessness rate at a near 50-year low, experts are seeing connections.
HARRISONBURG — As the population continues to age, demand for elderly care services continues to rise, and Sentara RMH Medical Center is slated to move its home health and hospice offices to a larger location to account for the growth in staff.
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY — Ryan Hite’s first golf course was Lakeview Golf Club at the age of 11, and now, after several years away, he’s back on the green as the club’s general manager.
HARRISONBURG — The Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity will host a free information and networking session at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington on Wednesday.
Broadway-Timberville Rotary To Hear About India Trip, Polio Immunization Program
HARRISONBURG — Summit after summit, American and Chinese government trade representatives have failed to agree on changes to the trade conditions between two of the largest economies in the world over the past several years.
HARRISONBURG — The unemployment rate in the Harrisonburg metro area returned to 3% during March, matching January’s levels after a small increase to 3.1% in February. In March 2018, the unemployment rate for the area was 3.2%.