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Beginning business in a pandemic

For most small businesses, the first year of operation is already packed with trials and tribulations. For a business having to overcome an economy-slowing pandemic ... Read more

1 week ago by Alexa Massey.

Funding for agriculture, forestry-based businesses available

Governor Ralph Northam recently announced a new way for local governments to support agriculture- and forestry-based businesses during the COVID-19 emergency through the governor’s Agriculture ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Report.

Lack of students hits economy hard

In a span of less than two weeks, Farmville has gone from being a two-college town to a no-college town in an effort to limit ... Read more

4 months ago by Titus Mohler.

Late restaurant founder remembered; Mildred Carter ‘got along with everybody’

    Mildred Williams Carter — the founder of Mildred’s Meals in Kenbridge — is being remembered by the community as a welcoming woman who never ... Read more

3 years ago by Emily Hollingsworth.

Payne, Hankins advocate for businesses in Richmond

Officials with the Lunenburg County Chamber of Commerce advocated for small business at the Virginia General Assembly recently, meeting with legislators and their aides. Chamber ... Read more

4 years ago by .

Lunenburg County December Property transfers

• Hazel J. Bayers, to Virginia Ann Johnson, 1.15 Ac, Pleasant Grove District. $119,900. • Richard J. Clem, to Richard J. Clem, 2.31 Ac, Lochleven District. $155.300. ... Read more

4 years ago by Staff Report.

Go Virginia initiative meeting is Wednesday

The Southern Virginia Steering Committee leading the launch of the Region 3 Council for GoVirginia will hold a community information meeting Wednesday to encourage those ... Read more

4 years ago by Staff Report.

LUNENBURG PROPERTY TRANSFERS

Following are the property transfers recorded in the Lunenburg County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office for the month of November. The listings includes the grantor, the ... Read more

4 years ago by Staff Report.

Heartland still mostly empty

In November 2000, Lunenburg County joined forces with five others to form the Virginia’s Heartland Regional Industrial Facility Authority. By doing so, they created the ... Read more

4 years ago by .

Progress continues on new apartments

Work continues as the Maple Grove apartments at East 5th Avenue and North Maple Street take shape. Construction crews are on site daily working on ... Read more

4 years ago by .

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