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1 Waynesboro City Council to discuss COVID-19, small businesses, city funds
2 Waynesboro Economic Development Authority opposes national park fee increase
3 Almost 50 Waynesboro businesses received CARES funding. Here's how much they got.
4 Waynesboro planning to revitalize the city
5 Bird Dog Politics
6 Augusta County offers interest-free loans to small businesses affected by COVID-19
7 Walgreens closing; New library opening; Grants — The buzz
8 Community rally on racial inequality held in Waynesboro
9 Dog treat shop; Grocery co-op expansion; Waynesboro business funds — The buzz
10 Augusta DDA proposes two new board members
11 Berry Global Group Addresses Global Shortage Of Face Mask Materials
12 VDH: 553,308 total cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, 7,037 deaths
13 Under development | News | enterprise-journal.com
14 Thousands celebrate Market Day in downtown Waynesboro
15 Western Maryland is awarded $70,000 to assist economic development
16 Bank closing branch; scavenger hunt; COVID-19 funds — The buzz
17 Coalson starts job with county
18 In & About
19 Steakhouse closed; Chalk art contest; grant — The buzz
20 State Historic Preservation Office Recognizes Preservation Efforts across the State with Community Initiative Awards
21 Museum selects spot for Waynesboro campus
22 New development project at closed Waynesboro school moving along
23 Missouri Launches PPE Marketplace
24 'American Pickers' host supports move to rural Tennessee with new campaign
25 States on hook for billions under Trump's unemployment plan
26 GE to close Waynesboro plant next year
27 Danville housing authority among recipients of federal funding to boost economic independence
28 Gov. Northam announces $70M in grants for small businesses, nonprofits impacted by COVID-19
29 Pa. to work with 5 states on plan to reopen
30 Proposed Waynesboro museum receives $250K
31 Georgia Power CEO Paul Bowers to retire, board selects Chris Womack as successor
32 Drive-thru job fair to be held in Laurel Thursday
33 COVID-19 relief grants approved by commissioners for Franklin County businesses
34 City halls, government offices close or make changes across the Shenandoah Valley
35 Gov. Wolf: Funding Awarded to Support Affordable Housing Projects in 17 Counties
36 Letter: 40th Anniversary of the Staggers Rail Act
37 Playgrounds to reopen Friday, meetings open to public, more: Augusta County Phase Two
38 Waynesboro plant celebrates expansion
39 Chris Womack to become CEO of Georgia Power in 2021
40 Eviction protections are available to you as Virginia courts reopen
41 Mike Wolfe, Community Leaders Launch 'Nashville's Big Back Yard'
42 He Wanted to Fix Rural America’s Broken Nursing Homes. Now, Taxpayers May Be on the Hook for $76 Million.
43 Red Roof Inn torn down; Plant giveaway; Waynesboro honor — The buzz
44 Nursing Home Executive's Bonus Loophole May Haunt Georgia | 90.1 FM WABE
45 New downtown biz; best pho; zero interest loans — The buzz
46 Pa.'s craft beer industry helped save small towns. Can it save itself from pandemic losses?
47 Scuttlebiz: Martinez may finally get a makeover
48 New brewery coming to Waynesboro aims to build up downtown
49 F&M Bank Announces Expansion into City of Waynesboro
50 Charlottesville Elites and Virginia's New Ruling Class
51 The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is looking like a riskier investment every day
52 Mike Wolfe, Leiper's Fork community leaders launch 'Nashville's Big Back Yard'
53 Staunton Downtown Development Association updates COVID-19 response
54 Georgia Power pushes back timeline for key milestones on nuclear plant expansion project
55 Waynesboro celebrates Main Street Park
56 Idaho delegation visits Georgia as preparations continue for growing nuclear industry
57 Going solar: Chambersburg Borough enters partnership to build solar energy facility
58 Reopening before Wolf’s OK comes with risks for Franklin County businesses
59 Albemarle supervisors approve new SOCA facility, Fluvanna to fund project
60 Valley governments work to include drones in public safety, marketing tasks
61 New Paycheck Protection Program funding
62 Richmond to begin accepting proposals for resort casino
63 State COVID-19 cases continue to climb
64 Augusta Technical College names new president
65 Northam kicks off statewide investment program at Darden event
66 Gov. Northam says earliest Virginia will enter Phase 2 is June 5
67 Va. COVID-19 rate now exceeds 10%
68 Gov. Northam outlines plan for colleges, encourages protesters to let statues be removed 'the right way'
69 Gov. Northam announces Rent and Mortgage Relief Program
70 Virginia regulators seek input on how state should prepare for electric vehicles
71 Va. COVID-19 rates climbing as vaccines are released
72 Gov. Northam outlines plans for Phase 3 of Virginia's reopening, Spanish COVID-19 update provided
73 Dairy feed lab CVAS will bring 78 jobs to Waynesboro
74 Rolling with the changes: Basic City turning a corner?
75 Bond sale approved for West Virginia parks improvements
76 $238.6 million in CARES Act funding announced for Va. schools
77 iMold Plastics locating to Waynesboro, creates 33 Jobs
78 Gov. Northam pledges to stand with protesters, announces Phase 2 of reopening for Friday
79 An early look at climate and energy bills in the 2021 session
80 Dalton Utilities bill passes in its third year, allowing bonds to be issued for expansion without voter approval
81 Gov. Northam announces Virginia will move to Phase 3 on July 1
82 "We will reopen Virginia next Friday:" Gov. Northam extends closures, outlines Phase 1 guidance
83 W.Va. airport approves deals to buy fixed base operator, hangar for $3.1M
84 Climate Change Push Fuels Split On Coronavirus Stimulus
85 In the 2020 Elections, It's Not Just the Presidential Race That Matters
86 Physician, heal thyself
87 Gov. Northam orders masks inside indoor public places across Virginia
88 Gov. Northam announces plan for students to return to school this fall, with restrictions
89 Shoals a Part of Nashville's 'Big Back Yard' Promotion
90 ClearView Transparent Radiation Shielding Market Grows from Providing New Medical Shielding Solutions
91 THE YEAR IN REVIEW: MAY TO AUGUST 2020
92 Gov. Northam announces Richmond's Robert E. Lee statue will be removed 'as soon as possible'
93 As Phase 1 begins, Gov. Northam talks testing, regional delays and more
94 Georgia's Unemployment Rate Drastically Drops In October
95 Richmond BizSense.com reporting that Billy Pie is Coming to Basic City Beer Co.
96 $11 million expansion coming to The Legacy at North Augusta in Staunton
97 Lehigh Valley unemployment down again, with the recovery of nearly 60% of jobs lost to coronavirus
98 Gov. Northam extends business closures, calls for Virginians to adapt to 'new normal'
99 E3 Federal Solutions Awarded $58 Million Contract for Space Development Agency SETA Support
100 State fair upheaval, sewage testing, new mask rules: News from around our 50 states