Aug 13, 2014
Asian Chamber of Commerce Helps Minority Businesses Thrive
There are thousands of small businesses in Virginia, but some people face major challenges just to get their business off the ground.
Census Bureau: N.C. saw highest increase of people living in poverty areas from 2000 to 2010
According to a recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau , those living in high-poverty regions of the state grew by 17.9 percentage points.
Veteran buried in Fluvanna after six-month delay
A 95-year-old veteran, whose body went unclaimed for six months in the morgue of Martha Jefferson Hospital, was buried in Fluvanna County Monday after the tireless efforts of Lake Monticello resident Sandy Bingler and Troy resident Emmett Carver.
The Daily News Leader
Byler: 50 years
The couple married March 19, 1964, and have made the Shenandoah Valley their home all these years.