Petneuter.org is a nonprofit facility offering low-cost spaying and neutering at,201 Centre Drive, Suite 110, Stephens City. Cats neutered for $39, spayed for $49. Dogs under 30 pounds and younger than 5 spayed or neutered for $69. $9 for rabies vaccines. Other services offered. For more information, call (540) 868-0000, or go to www.Petneuter.org.
New Market Mayor Douglas Bradley will lead a ribbon-cutting ceremony during the grand opening May 24 of the State Farm Insurance office of agent Monika Liller at 9396 S. Congress St. Festivities on May 25 include food, music, face painting and children's crafts. For more information, call Liller at (540) 740-9449, or email her at email@example.com.
Trex Co. received "Washingtonian" magazine's Green Award for 2013. The Winchester company's high-performance decking portfolio is made from more than 95-percent recycled materials.
Martin's Food Markets, of Winchester and Stephens City, is one of several area employers receiving "champions" of disability employment awards Wednesday at the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton.
DuPont Community Credit Union has elected three new members to its Board of Directors. They are Margaret Hersh of Waynesboro, W. Roy Barksdale of Albemarle County, and Leslie E. Ramsey of Augusta County.
R.R. Donnelley, in Strasburg, is now printing "Cooperative Living," the state's largest-circulation magazine. Ten issues a year are mailed to nearly 500,000 customers of Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative.
Tech Team Solutions, 106 S. Loudoun St., Winchester, has opened a new training center and showroom at 47 S. Cameron St. where its products can be demonstrated and where customers can be trained on computer business software and operating systems.
Tech Team Solutions also has added a security sales division, Eagle Security, which sells and installs home and business alarm and access control systems, and monitors and provides video surveillance services. Byron Hoenig will manage Eagle Security.
USDA Farm Service Agency Administrator Juan M. Garcia has announced the temporarily suspended farm payments -- 2011 Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program, Noninsured Crop Assistance Program, Milk Income Loss Contract Program and 2013 Tobacco Transition Payment Program -- would restart on May 8. The FSA temporarily suspended those payments two months ago to assess sequestration impacts and how to carry out cuts with as little disruption as possible. Farmers should contact their FSA office as soon as possible to enroll in the programs ahead of deadlines.