RICHMOND – If your old appliances are on their last legs, it’s a great time to replace them with energy-efficient products while saving some money during Virginia’s seventh Energy Star and WaterSense Sales Tax Holiday, which is Oct. 11-14.
In an effort to dispel any rumors and answer questions raised about the Virginia WIC Program and the possible effects of the government shutdown, the Mount Rogers Health District is announcing that sufficient funds are available to continue the WIC program at least through Nov. 1. What other states do has no bearing on the services provided in Virginia.
WASHINGTON, D.C. —After passing a continuing resolution back and forth between the two chambers, Congress failed to come to an agreement to keep the government open beyond the Sept. 30 end of the fiscal year.
HILLSVILLE – In a time when many localities are announcing plant closings and employee layoffs, Carroll County took a step forward last Wednesday when it announced the expansion of Virginia Produce Co. (VPC).
ABINGDON – Good news for business in Southwest Virginia abounded last week, and the 2013 Southwest Virginia Creative Economy Conference added more welcome news where it was announced that the region generated more than $927 million in travel expenditures in 2012.
After years of anticipation and struggles for funding in the General Assembly, River North Correctional Center in Independence officially became operational last week following a ribbon cutting Sept. 25.