Agritourism in Virginia has tripled. Here’s how Sinkland Farms became known for its pumpkins.
Tech scientists see rare opportunity in Appalachia
Rare earth elements, extracted from coal waste, could help build a new industry.
What will it take to grow manufacturing in Virginia?
Cardinal News brought Jay Timmons, president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers, to Danville to speak about the future of advanced manufacturing.
World’s largest indoor vertical farming company has opened in Pittsylvania
AeroFarms is part of a larger movement toward controlled environment agriculture.
Lynchburg community group to receive $75,000 grant
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lynchburg wants to use the funds for workforce development programs.
Foresight Health hires former hospital CEO
Jeanette Filpi says Patrick County’s new critical access facility is on track to open early next year.
Southwest Virginia transportation technology proposal loses out on massive influx of federal funding
Tech-led group had been in the running for up to $100 million in federal funding. However, Richmond-Petersburg project was one of the 21 winners.
Danville newcomer brings his passion for reentry programming to town
Steve Barrow converted the workroom of his computer business into a classroom for returning citizens.
The unusual story of how 5G came to Craig County
“Hail Mary” message to T-Mobile CEO
brings “life-changing” broadband internet.
Fueled by losses, Pittsylvania mega site is ready for a win
The Southern Virginia mega site is expected to see a major project within the next few years.