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CARES Business Recovery Program Assists Local Small Businesses
Posted By Alisha Meador on September 23, 2020
The City of Lynchburg CARES Business Recovery Grant Program is a fund to offer financial assistance to businesses whose operations were either closed or restricted in response to the novel…
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A Thank You To the Lynchburg Business Community
Posted By sburton on May 01, 2020
This week is not only National Economic Development Week, but it’s also a week to celebrate tourism and small businesses, which we have combined into the Week of EXTRA Appreciation!…
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How Local Retailers Are Adapting During COVID-19
Posted By ascoles on April 10, 2020
Many of Lynchburg’s small retail businesses have donned their entrepreneurial caps and been quick to react to the social and economic changes required to stay safe from COVID-19 and still…
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Governor Northam Announces Flowers Foods to Invest $25 Million, Transform Bakery into Organic Facility in City of Lynchburg
Posted By Anna Bentson on January 09, 2020
Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Flowers Foods, one of the nation’s largest producers of packaged baked foods, will invest $25 million to expand and transform its Lynchburg bakery into…
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CloudFit Software Announces Headquarters Location in the City of Lynchburg
Posted By Anna Bentson on October 25, 2019
On Friday, October 25, the City of Lynchburg, the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance and CloudFit Software announced that the company’s new headquarters will be in the historic Carter Glass Building…
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Annual State of the City Address Scheduled for Monday, April 29th, Academy Center of the Arts
Posted By carrot on April 07, 2019
On Monday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m. in the newly-restored Academy Center of the Arts, 600 Main Street, Mayor Treney Tweedy and Vice Mayor Mary Jane Dolan will deliver the…
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How Lynchburg Works: Metals and Machining
Posted By carrot on March 18, 2019
Lynchburg has been manufacturer-led city throughout its 230 year history. The first industry to develop was tobacco in the early 1800’s. Then, prestigious factories like Craddock Terry, the first shoe…
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The Best Resources for Growing Your Business Well in Lynchburg
Posted By carrot on July 19, 2018
When you start a business, there’s plenty of excitement, adrenaline and ambition at the beginning. But then you get one year or a couple of years into your business and…
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BWXT Announces Strategic Acquisition of Sotera Health’s Nordion Medical Isotope Business
Posted By carrot on May 30, 2018
Lynchburg-based BWX Technologies, Inc. (BWXT) recently announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Sotera Health’s Nordion medical isotope business. This acquisition accelerates and de-risks BWXT’s entrance into…
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Governor Northam Announces Framatome Inc. to Relocate Corporate Headquarters to City of Lynchburg
Posted By carrot on April 04, 2018
~ Major international player in the nuclear energy market moves from North Carolina to Virginia ~ Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Framatome, a designer and supplier of nuclear steam…
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