Glo Fiber, a Valley internet service provider, has partnered with cloud company CSG Field Service Management to improve services, according to a press release.
Dave Gibbs thought he might just be becoming a cranky old man around his 65th birthday in June.
In June, Harrisonburg and Rockingham County reached a milestone of recovering over two-thirds of the jobs lost in March and April 2020, according to Joe Mengedoth, a Richmond Federal Reserve Bank economist.
The Wetsel Seed complex in downtown Harrisonburg is now up for sale after the owners declined an offer fetched at an April 26 auction.
The state is performing "after action reviews" on supply lines including those for personal protective equipment, according to Shawn Talmadge, Virginia deputy secretary of public safety and homeland security and Gov. Ralph Northam’s homeland security adviser.
Chris Ashley had been importing masks for months, one of the many suppliers with connections in China helping to bring needed personal protective equipment to American shores as domestic supply couldn’t keep pace.
Local plastic manufacturers said industry shifts to be more environmentally friendly are positive both for nature and continued business operations.
Singers Glen poultry farmer Dalton Wenger didn’t like what he saw, but there wasn’t much choice.
There wasn’t a clear answer for Valley brothers-in-law Allen Stoltzfus and John Fairfield as the 1980s computer screen blinked back at them.
Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission staff are working on a new agricultural center planned for Rockingham or Augusta County based on the results of a recently completed study.
The Shenandoah Valley Technology Council has announced the winners of the Tech Nite 21 awards.
An earlier version of this story misidentified one of the new partners of Brown Edwards from the Harrisonburg office.
Richmond investment firm Davenport and Co. has opened a branch in Harrisonburg with hires of Abram "Abe" Halterman and Tabatha "Tabby" Diehl, according to a press release.
In October 2010, Keith Spitzer was at the Harrisonburg First Church of the Nazarene for a forum about the ongoing merger efforts between Rockingham Memorial Hospital and nonprofit hospital group Sentara.
Coldwell Banker Premier, a realty firm, has opened a new office in Harrisonburg on Evelyn Byrd Avenue, according to a press release.
Paul Eberly, the chief credit officer of F&M Bank, has been named by the Independent Community Bankers Association as one of the "Emerging Community Bank Leaders" in the third annual 40 under 40 list for 2021, according to a press release.
Sentara will no longer be merging with Greensboro, N.C.-based Cone Health, according to a Wednesday press release from Sentara.
HINTON — On May 14, the Chaudheri family became the newest owners of a west Rockingham County market that is a gathering place for residents of the area.
Slovenian plastics manufacturer SIBO GROUP will establish its U.S. headquarters in Harrisonburg, according to a press release from the office of Gov. Ralph Northam.
The stock of available homes in the Valley dropped by 40% by the end of April compared to the same month last year, according to the April Homes Sales Report from Virginia Realtors.
The competition for workers has led to an increase in pay for low-wage positions that is trickling upward, raising wages for those in high-paying positions as well, according to economic experts with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.
ELKTON — Ann Tinnell of Shenandoah had an errand to run before getting home from work on Thursday.
As the vaccination rate rises, local restaurants are also seeing an increase in visits, according to local operators.
Valley general contracting firm Nielsen Builders has promoted six employees, according to a Tuesday press release.
The owner of several Valley Dairy Queen locations won an award for his commitment to supporting local youth, according to a Dairy Queen press release.
On Saturday, some workers across the state clocked in like usual, but their paycheck will be bigger come payday.
The price of diesel, like other commodities, has risen over the past few months. However, the reasons for the diesel increases are somewhat different from the hikes seen in other commodity products.
Ron Voltin has tried many things to get new workers.
The median days on the market for a home in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County dropped by nearly 62% in the first three months of the year compared to the same period in 2020, according to data from the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Association of Realtors.
On Thursday, Pendleton Community Bank announced it will acquire three Carter Bank and Trust offices in the region.
Virginia’s employment recovery remains sluggish, as only 800 new nonfarm payroll positions were created in March, according to data released Friday by the Virginia Employment Commission.
Material shortages and supply line disruption during the pandemic has led to sky-high prices, such as lumber.
Though the unemployment rate has recovered from peaking in double digit percentages during the COVID-19 pandemic, data increasingly show a stalled job recovery, according to Richmond Federal Reserve Bank economists.
The Harrisonburg Economic Development Authority approved two resolutions opening the door for state and city money to flow to Shenandoah Valley Organic for its new site at 350 Acorn Drive.
Sentara announced it is accelerating its goal to raise its starting minimum wage to $15 an hour, according to press release from the Norfolk-based health care system.
A grant from the regional economic development group GO Virginia will be used to create an online interface for small-scale agricultural producers to more effectively get their product to market, according to a Thursday press release from GO Virginia.
The Harrisonburg Economic Development Authority will hold a meeting Friday to discuss the terms of an agreement for a financial grant for Shenandoah Valley Organic's new plant in the city, according to Michael Parks, city spokesman.
The Virginia Initiative for Growth and Opportunity Board has awarded $821,000 to the Shenandoah Valley Partnership for six sites in the region, according to a March 18 press release.
Virginia Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine, along with Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman, have reintroduced a bill to allow training programs and other short-term credential programs to be eligible for federal Pell Grants.
Some Sentara employees who have worked through the pandemic will receive bonuses of up to $1,500, according to a Wednesday press release from the Norfolk-based health care system.
The days can be long for Josh Stephens of Quicksburg.
The historic Wetsel Seed complex in downtown Harrisonburg is slated for public auction on April 26 at noon.
Area business experts say the lack of affordable child care isn’t just a child development issue, but an economic development issue as well.
Rizwan Habeeb had never heard of Harrisonburg until a job offer came up.
The decline in the number of dairy farms has slowed, but the losses are not likely to be made up soon, according to Eric Paulson, vice president and treasurer of the Virginia State Dairymen’s Association.
“The 10 million job question.”
Digital sales have become an increasingly important tool for restaurants to weather the largest industry crisis in memory — the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce is rolling out a new program to support minority-owned businesses.
As COVID-19 cases drop and vaccination numbers rise, the presence of doubt about the vaccine itself has led to some deciding not to get inoculated against the illness, which has shaken nations and economies across the globe.
The consolidation of the drugstore industry has put the town of Bridgewater in a “tough spot,” according to Alex Wilmer, assistant town manager.