Tag: Henry County

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Novatech Group to invest $3 million to establish first U.S. manufacturing operation

Novatech Group will invest $3 million to establish its first U.S. manufacturing operation in Henry County.


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Solid Stone Fabrics to invest $1.5 million to expand textile manufacturing operation in Henry County

Solid Stone Fabrics, a textile manufacturer and distributor of stretch fabrics, will invest $1.5 million to expand its operation in Henry County.


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Performance Livestock and Feed Company to establish feed production operation in Virginia

Performance Livestock and Feed Company, Inc., will invest $4.2 million to establish a new feed production operation in Henry County.


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Drake Extrusion to invest $6 million to expand in Henry County

Drake Extrusion, a subsidiary of International Fibres Group, will invest $6 million to expand its manufacturing operation in Henry County.


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Starsprings to invest $3.7 million to establish first U.S. operation in Henry County

Starsprings, a privately-held spring and spring-unit manufacturer based in Sweden, will invest $3.7 million to establish its first U.S. operation in Henry County.


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Henry County named Virginia’s first Certified Work Ready Community

Henry County has been designated as Virginia’s first Certified Work Ready Community. The nationally recognized designation by the Commonwealth and American College Testing (ACT) will help Henry County attract new businesses and jobs in addition to strengthening the skill sets of the region’s high school students, job seekers, and incumbent workforce.


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Governor McAuliffe announces 101 new jobs in Henry County

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced this week that Monogram Food Solutions, LLC, a Memphis-based manufacturer of value-added processed meats, will invest $7.244 million to establish a warehousing and logistics operation in Henry County.


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Monogram Food Solutions to invest $36 million to expand processing operation

Monogram Food Solutions, LLC, a Memphis-based manufacturer of value-added processed meats, will invest $36.475 million to expand its meat snacks production operation in the Henry County Patriot Centre Industrial Park.


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Robert Hurt: We need to restore common sense to Washington

As I travel around Virginia’s Fifth District, I constantly hear from constituents who are astounded and upset by the manner in which the federal government operates at times.


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McAuliffe announces SOL Innovation Committee members

The McAuliffe Administration announced the members and first meeting date for Virginia’s Standards of Learning Innovation Committee.


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Robert Hurt: Jobs remain our top priority

I was pleased to take part in two events that demonstrated that opportunities are on the horizon for our communities. Danville’s job fair, sponsored by the Danville Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce, was an encouraging display, with 35 area employers advertising nearly 700 available positions.


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Robert Hurt: A victory for job creation in Virginia’s Fifth District

Last week’s March Jobs Report once again demonstrated that this administration’s policies are hindering the dynamic economic and job growth we so desperately need.


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Attorney General Mark Herring launches public safety tour

Attorney General Mark R. Herring has launched a two week public safety tour of Virginia in which he will hold 22 regional meetings to hear from local public safety and law enforcement leaders and local elected officials about challenges in their area and ways that he can help protect our communities.


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Gov. McAuliffe announces 155 new jobs for Henry County

Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced this week that Kilgour Industries Ltd, a United Kingdom-based supplier of aircraft airframe and engine machined products will invest $27.3 million in its first U.S. operation in Henry County and create 155 new jobs.


Virginia State Police investigating death of trooper in Henry County

Virginia State Police are still investigating the cause and circumstances surrounding a crash involving a revered department supervisor. Saturday’s death of Sgt. J. Michael Phillippi became the department’s 60th line of duty death.