Tag: Buena Vista

Munters to invest $2.5 million to expand manufacturing operation in Buena Vista

Munters Corporation will invest $2.5 million at its manufacturing operation in Buena Vista.


Blue Ridge Parkway announces short-term road closure

Blue Ridge Parkway personnel will be conducting road maintenance from Monday, March 28 through April 1.


Route 60 closure in Buena Vista rescheduled to Feb. 4

The planned closure of Route 60 in Buena Vista has been postponed until Thursday because of expected rainfall on Tuesday and Wednesday.


Route 60 in Buena Vista closed Feb. 3

Route 60 (East 29th Street/Midland Trail) will be closed near the eastern city limits of Buena Vista on Wednesday, February 3.


Buena Vista man dies in Augusta County crash

Virginia State Police Sr. Trooper S.A. Simmons is investigating a fatal crash in Augusta County.


Buena Vista man arrested on meth charges after footchase in Waynesboro

The Waynesboro Police Department arrested a wanted Buena Vista man after an anonymous tip led officers to the suspect’s whereabouts.


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ACA statement regarding loan default by the City of Buena Vista

Following the recent decision by the City of Buena Vista to renege on forbearance terms negotiated in 2011, the bond trustee for the city’s approximately $9 million in Golf Course Project Bonds has issued an Event of Default Notice.


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Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival starts Sept. 25

The City of Buena Vista, Virginia invites Bluegrass music lovers to join them for the 14th annual Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival to be held September 25-27 at Glen Maury Park in Buena Vista.


Ed Gillespie spouting nonsense, GOP talking points, or both?

The world is coming to an end, and the reason why: Barack Obama. This was the message from Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie Monday in Buena Vista.


Medicaid expansion talk is going nowhere

You knew this already, but the special session that Republican leaders in the Virginia General Assembly called for Sept. 16-17 to discuss Medicaid expansion is going absolutely nowhere.


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Mark Warner on the issues

Statements from U.S. Sen. Mark Warner on his visit to Buena Vista on Monday on student debt, the V-A scandal and Iraq.


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The start of the 2014 Senate race with Mark Warner in Buena Vista

Mark Warner was searching for the right front porch. “There was one lady I wanted to make sure to see, and I hope I got her, because she told somebody last night, Make sure he comes up and kisses me on my porch, and I couldn’t remember which porch, so I made sure I went up to every porch.”


Video: U.S. Senator Mark Warner on Labor Day in Buena Vista

Footage from U.S. Sen. Mark Warner’s speech at the 2014 Buena Vista Labor Day event.


Video: Republican Senate nominee Ed Gillespie on Labor Day

Footage from Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie’s speech at the 2014 Buena Vista Labor Day event.


Video: Libertarian Senate candidate Robert Sarvis in Buena Vista

Footage from Libertarian Senate candidate Robert Sarvis’s speech at the 2014 Buena Vista Labor Day event.


Video: Bob Goodlatte Labor Day speech

Footage from U.S. Congressman Bob Goodlatte’s speech at the 2014 Buena Vista Labor Day event.


Video: Sixth District Libertarian nominee Will Hammer

Footage from Libertarian congressional candidate Will Hammer’s speech at the 2014 Buena Vista Labor Day event.


News Roundup: Military plane crash, Bob McDonnell trial, Labor Day in Buena Vista

A grim discovery last night in Deerfield, Va., as investigators discovered the remains of Lt. Col. Morris Fontenot Jr., the pilot on a routine flight from Massachusetts to New Orleans whose F-15C jet crashed in the mountains of western Augusta County early Wednesday morning.


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Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission celebrates 45th year

The Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission (CSPDC) turns 45 in September, and the organization that was created by the Virginia General Assembly in 1969 to establish regional cooperation as a cornerstone to long–term prosperity and economic success continues to distinguish itself as a model of what cooperation between government agencies can accomplish.


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Chapter closing for Staunton Creative Community Fund first loan client

Charlie Cubbage became the newly formed Staunton Creative Community Fund’s first loan client in June of 2008. He was looking to expand Charlie’s Tool Repair which had grown slowly over the years even before becoming a stand-alone business in 1994.


Chris Graham: Different vistas

We’re driving through Altavista this week on our way back from Greensboro, and it hits me. The anxiety medicine that I take when traveling, that is.