Business

Dairy company settles with EPA

July 21, 2016

Sunshine’s Pride, a dairy company which formerly had a cheese processing operation in Winchester has settled with the Environmental Protection Agency after two anhydrous ammonia leaks in 2011 and 2012.

Business Ledger

July 21, 2016

Leigh Ann Schultz has been elected to serve as a director of Shenandoah Telecommunications Co. (Shentel).

Where’s Waldo? In Old Town

July 18, 2016

While people are busy finding Pokemon throughout the area, those interested in shopping locally can take part in a different hunt. Find Waldo, a scavenger hunt centered around the iconic striped shirt-wearing traveler, is being used to promote supporting local shops in Winchester and throughout the rest of the country.

Business Ledger

July 15, 2016

Conference
Dr. Craig Zunka attended the 2016 Osteopathic Cranial Academy Conference from June 16-19 in Redondo Beach, California. This year’s conference

Trilogy at Lake Frederick unveils new facilities

Rick Turner, a  Lake Frederick resident, takes a tour of the private dining room inside Shenandoah Lodge, which  features 150 wine lockers. The lodge, which houses Region's 117 restaurant, will soon open to the public for dining. Rich Cooley/Daily

July 12, 2016

Trilogy at Lake Frederick, a housing development offering residence opportunities for those 55 and older, unveiled some of the fruits of its labor Tuesday. While Shea Homes, which has overseen building and design of the development still plans to build hundreds of more houses over the coming years, its farm-to-table restaurant, lodge and athletic center were unveiled today with grand openings scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday.

Gypsy Catwalk takes stock to its customers

Kasey Fuller is the owner of Gypsy Catwalk, a "mobile boutique" she uses to travel throughout the valley bringing fashionable women's clothes to her customers.  Courtesy photo

July 1, 2016

Gypsy Catwalk, a mobile fashion store based in Mount Jackson, is bringing clothing to the women in the Shenandoah Valley using an unconventional business model.

Basye time-share community gets face-lift

The newly christened Chalet High Activity Center is the next structure at the Basye time-share community to be overhauled. Construction is scheduled to be completed by early October. Nathan Budryk/Daily

June 24, 2016

Chalet High, a time-share community adjacent to Bryce Resort, has made major renovations to its buildings, with more scheduled for the near future.

Front Royal-Warren County EDA aids local businesses with awards

June 17, 2016

The Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority recently awarded cash to local businesses. The three winners were Maria Dutton of Passages Travel, who received $1,000, Hope Ben of Ben’s Family Cuisine, who was awarded $750 and Katie Tewell, of The Apple House and Fork’d food truck, who received $500.

Ledger

June 16, 2016

Greenfield Senior Living has been contracted by Healthcare Development Partners, of Chicago, to operate 65 assisted living and memory care units in the former Winchester Memorial Hospital on Cork Street in Winchester. A grand re-opening is scheduled for next spring.

New Market residents focus on improving town

June 15, 2016

New Market Councilman-Elect Peter Hughes led another community discussion regarding the state of real estate in town Tuesday evening at the New Market Community Center.

Yellow Cab now offers courier services in Warren

June 13, 2016

Yellow Cab of Shenandoah LLC has expanded its business to include Yel-livery. In addition to picking up people, they also offer delivery of goods such as food, medications and legal documents in Warren and Page counties and Luray.

Business Ledger

June 9, 2016

First Bank
First Bank & Trust Co. and its parent holding company, First Bancorp Inc., has announced the results of

Businesses win thousands in Rev Up Strasburg funds

Anneise Green

June 9, 2016

Anneise Green of, Po Green’s Catering, specializing in barbecue and southern food and Tammy Dellinger’s Battlefield Fitness, a crossfit gym, were the big winners at Rev Up Straburg’s award presentations Wednesday night, taking home $15,000 each plus incentives to go towards furthering their businesses.

Business Ledger

June 2, 2016

Marlow Ford
Marlow Ford in Luray has announced the hiring of long-time Harrisonburg resident Ben Saadatmand as general manager.
Saadatmand

Town turns out for Rev Up Strasburg pitch night

Judges tally up their scores at Rev Up Strasburg's pitch night on Wednesday.  From right are Mike Gochenour, Northern Virginia Daily publisher;  Jay Winkfield, vice president of commercial lending for City National Bank; Floyd Heater, vice president of Valley Health's southern region ; Greg Hoover, senior vice president of retail ; Cindy Green, community economic development director for People Incorporated.  Nathan Budryk/Daily

June 2, 2016

Rev Up Strasburg, a weeks-long program that involves counsel of potential and existing small business owners who are looking to open or expand, will award $50,000 in cash and marketing packages to three winners to be announced on Wednesday.

Throwback candy store now open in Front Royal

Stephonie Baker, of Linden, bags candy recently in I Want Candy, a retro penny candy store located on Chester Street in Front Royal. Baker shop offers more than 150 varieties of candy.   Rich Cooley/Daily

May 27, 2016

FRONT ROYAL – I Want Candy, a retro penny candy store is now open just off of Main Street. The store, located at 12 Chester St., offers bulk candy, candy by the piece and unique candy creations and presentations for weddings, birthdays and other events.