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- Gone are the days when Hollywood would wait for summer to release the big name flicks. - Every year, the University of Virginia’s eclectic community radio station WTJU sets aside seven days for its Rock Marathon. - If you’re a digital marketer, you would definitely want to create a plan that relies on upon your capacity to hold clients and not simply draw in them. - It’s important to wear your hearing aids every day, even when you don’t want to or think you need to. - Awesome Wrestling Entertainment seeks corporate partners for its upcoming May 6 UVA Children's Hospital charity event.
- Drivers got lucky this week as much of the Mid-Atlantic region saw gas prices stay flat and even drop a cent or two over the past seven days. - Virginia Highland Malt Whisky won Best American Single Malt Whisky at the World Whiskies Awards. - At the intersection of sustainable food production and racial justice work is Leah Penniman. - The environmental movement was built on the philosophies of people like Henry David Thoreau and Rachel Carson. - Various business entity and UCC documents are now available electronically to the public at no charge.
- Plantings of Virginia peanuts have been on the decline, but for the first time in several years industry analysts expect that to change. - Barry Wood oversees production of craft-brewed beers served at his Wood Ridge Farm Brewery. - Learn how to start or improve an agritourism operation at the the 2017 Virginia Agritourism Conference. - Virginia Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Barry DuVal comments on the tax reform proposal from Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie. - Tim Kaine introduced a bill to raise the quality of career and technical education programs at schools in Virginia and across the country. - The truck driving industry is booming in the U.S., meaning the pressure on the trucking industry gets more noticeable. - Virginia general fund revenue collections for February increased 3.6 percent. - Virginia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was down 0.1 percentage point in January to 4.0 percent. - There comes a time in our lives when we have to make one of the most important decisions ever - The BTE style hearing aid is housed in a small curved case which fits behind the ear and is attached to a custom earpiece. - Virginia lost 300 small-scale farms last year, according to an annual survey by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service. - Virginia’s proactive approach to international trade has landed the state $4.5 million in new export sales of soybean products to Southeast Asian markets. - Gas prices in the Mid-Atlantic region are some of the only prices to see a decline on the week. - Some Virginia public schools are increasing dairy offerings at breakfast and lunch, and hungry students are gobbling them up. - Agriculture officials from the Canadian and Mexican embassies detailed benefits of the North American Free Trade Agreement. - More than $12.2 million will be invested in Farmville to establish the Hotel Weyanoke. - Without the EPA, Americans would breathe dirtier air, drink more polluted water and live and grow food on contaminated soils. - There are a lot of benefits of being a non profit organization looking for cost-effective use to accepting donations.
- When applying for cash loans, one will be able to access money within a couple of hours if the application gets approved. - Attorney General Mark Herring's office has reached settlements with two Fredericksburg-area pawnbrokers. - Among many different tests and examinations, a term paper is an integral part of any student’s academic performance. - Financial management is not an art, but a science. It requires skill, determination and discipline, not passion. - Atarfil will invest $5.1 million to establish its first U.S. manufacturing and distribution facility in the City of Suffolk. - Attorney General Mark R. Herring announced today that he has reached a settlement with Capital Meats. - The first pour of Virginia’s brand-new Secretariat-themed craft beer will take place at The Meadow Event Park. - Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced $4.5 million in new export sales of Virginia soybean products by Perdue. - Getting connected to the internet is really easier compared to decades ago. - 84 Lumber, the nation’s leading building materials supplier, will invest $3.9 million to establish an operation in Frederick County. - U.S. Sen. Mark Warner is outlining concerns that the H-2B visa statutory cap will be reached soon. - Attorney General Mark Herring is encouraging Virginians to become aware of the dangers of payday loans. - Most U.S. drivers want autonomous technologies in their next vehicle, but they still fear the idea of a fully self-driving car. - Switzerland keeps its doors open to the offshore online casinos that are present on the local market. - Attorney General Mark R. Herring's Consumer Protection Section will mark National Consumer Protection Week. - The USDA has confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic H7 avian flu virus in a Tennessee flock. - Attorney General Mark Herring has reached a settlement with arts and crafts store Hobby Lobby concerning its advertising practices.