After the COVID-19 pandemic sparked product shortages, the manufacturing consulting group now is part of a national mission to strengthen domestic supply chains.
The city of Danville will use the $715,000 in tax revenue that it received for the month of May for a variety of initiatives.
A company tied to the family of West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice owes more than $160,000 in delinquent taxes and other costs on more than 2,200 acres. The 31 parcels will be sold at auction on Friday.
Fireworks by Grucci and Pyrotechnique by Grucci will invest $5.5 million and create 45 new jobs.
The median age of a funeral service worker in Virginia is 55. As demand for funeral directors continues to increase, younger people are finding their place in the business.
The visitors, all members of the Building Resilient Economies in Coal Communities initiative, were looking for ways to revitalize and diversify their own local economies.
The Roanoke-based health system is testing a drone delivery service that would ship products above the city instead of through it.
Thirteen residents spoke out against the 614-acre master-planned community project at the meeting, citing concerns over traffic, public safety and the loss of agricultural land. The county board of supervisors will vote on the required zoning change in July.
A Tennessee restaurant chain has the same name, so Buddy’s BBQ in Franklin County is holding a contest to pick a new name.
A Virginia Tech researcher is partnering with a Charlottesville company to create materials that could replace some medical plastics.