September 2009 Archives
Executives at several top local companies took a pay cut last year -- in the form of smaller bonuses and depleted stock options -- in a nod to the economic downturn.
WINCHESTER -- This year's apple crop is a mixed bag, depending on which side of the equation you fall on.
STEPHENS CITY -- Backstage Video will pull the plug on its store in the Food Lion shopping center next month.
FRONT ROYAL -- Valley Connector, a regional shuttle and commuter bus service, will offer a free ride Tuesday to all passengers on Car Free Day as part of Virginia's second-annual Try Transit Week.
WINCHESTER -- The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber's 2009 Business Showcase will be held at Apple Blossom Mall on Sept. 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FRONT ROYAL -- An economist and former budget director under President Reagan told a group of investors Tuesday that the federal stimulus package isn't working, and a full economic recovery is still years away.
WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University will create a Free Markets Scholars program in conjunction with BB&T Corp.
WINCHESTER -- Rep. Frank Wolf, R-10th, will host a job fair on Oct. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the newly opened Virginia Army National Guard Armory near the airport.
WINCHESTER -- The city is moving forward with plans to take over the crumbled Taylor Hotel property after developer Denver Quinnelly failed to provide an acceptable plan for its rehabilitation.
WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University's maintenance department received a jolt this week.
WINCHESTER -- A developer owes money and land to Frederick County included as proffers for a housing project approved years ago, a recently filed lawsuit claims.
Area residents who are experiencing problems receiving network TV signals since the transition to digital-only broadcasting have an advocate in Washington, and, for some, a solution is on the way.
WASHINGTON -- The Senate has approved a measure that could spark more international travel to area battlefields, parks and other destinations.
WINCHESTER -- After eight years of costly litigation, Trex has won a patent lawsuit on appeal, the company announced late Wednesday.
STRASBURG -- The landmark Hotel Strasburg will be sold at auction next month.
WINCHESTER -- A lawsuit accuses a hat company of negligence in causing a fire in 2006 that destroyed warehouses used by the firm and other businesses.
MT. JACKSON -- For the first time in the 70-year history of Bowman Apple Products Co. Inc., a non-family member sits at the helm.
Winchester-area unemployment fell half a percentage point in July to 8 percent, following a statewide trend.
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