A little help can go a long way in business. While many small business owners prefer to tackle issues “in-house,” there is often value to be found outsourcing certain services or projects.
The Staunton-Waynesboro-Augusta area is the only one among Virginia’s 10 metropolitan statistical areas to experience job growth over the past six months.
Life goes on, and so does business. Although the lockdown slowed down both, people and companies are now getting back to building the new future, and it already shows through new investments in the region.
U.S. Sens. Mark Warner (D-VA) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH) are pushing the U.S. Government Accountability Office to report on companies’ increased use of subcontracted and contingent workers for work that used to be performed by direct employees.
Farm Credit of the Virginias has announced the roll out of a member assistance program and work-life services to their customer-owners.
Youth who raised animals to exhibit at the 2020 State Fair of Virginia will demonstrate their accomplishments at a modified State Fair Youth Livestock Show at The Meadow Event Park in Caroline County.
Initial claims for unemployment for the week ending Sept. 12 were at 10,100, the lowest weekly total since the economic slowdown that began in mid-March, according to the Virginia Employment Commission.
A sprawling fundraising operation that allegedly scammed consumers out of millions of dollars will be permanently banned from charitable fundraising along with its owner and others involved in its operation
American Shakespeare Center has announced plans to uphold a beloved holiday tradition with their new production of A Christmas Carol debuting under the company’s rigorous ASC SafeStart protocols this December.
The City of Harrisonburg is awarding business recovery grants to 78 businesses in the coming days, with an additional round of grant funding with reduced eligibility requirements scheduled to take place in the next few weeks.
LAUNCH HARRISONBURG, powered by CO.STARTERS, a nine-week program that saw its first class of 14 aspiring entrepreneurs graduate earlier this year, will return in October.
Friendly City Food Co-op is excited to announce a new service for customers. It’s Co-Go – a full service online ordering system that will picture a large part of the store’s inventory.
COVID-19 forced Jarred Green and college students like him across the country to leave their campuses in March and move back home.
Virginia gas prices have fallen 2.2 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.10/gallon today, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 4,081 stations.