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Business

  • Search for cemetery leads to benefit

        A couple of events are scheduled for Gross’ Orchard next month.

  • BMH celebrates six decades of serving this community

        Gibo Luck has served on the Bedford Memorial Hospital board for the better part of five decades.

  • Bedford Memorial Hospital sponsors Health, Wellness Fair

        Bedford Memorial Hospital held its Community Health and Wellness Fair, Friday morning.

  • Sister to Sister Catering & Coffee House

    By Patricia C Held

    Contributing writer

        Helen Walters pairs a passion for cooking with a flair for hosting at her Sister to Sister Catering & Coffee House in downtown Bedford.
        Growing up in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Helen described family dinners at her home as never dull. “We always had company and there never was a boring moment.”

  • Hobby leads to business

        Laura Credle, owner of Star City Stitchery has been sewing since she was a child. Her grandmother taught her to sew and her grandfather, who owned a sewing machine repair business gave her her first sewing machine when she was eight.

  • Dr. Gladwell retires

        Dr. David Gladwell, a Bedford optometrist, is calling it quits.

        Actually, he retired a couple of years ago when he sold his practice, Bedford Family Eye Care. However, he continued practicing on a part-basis with the practice. It’s been a slow retreat into retirement for Dr. Gladwell, who is now 70.

  • Property gets new tenant

    “They are wonderful,” commented Julie Swanson, president of Lutheran Family Services of Virginia (LFSVA).

        Swanson was referring to the four residential cottages of Bedford County’s former group home. LFSVA is renting them and now has residents in three of them. The county is completing improvements in the fourth.

  • Spotlight on agriculture

        Todd Haymore, Virginia’s secretary of agriculture and forestry stopped by Bedford, Monday for Delegate Scott Garrett’s annual Spotlight on Agriculture breakfast.

  • Real estate market ticking up in county

        When the real estate bubble burst several years ago, the Bedford area wasn’t hit as hard as most other places in Virginia.
        And Virginia wasn’t hit as hard as most other states, local real estate agents note.

    Price realistically

  • Developments move forward in Bedford

        One development had a ground breaking, another a ribbon cutting, as the town of Bedford saw its housing offerings diversify and expand over the past couple of months.

        Bedford Lofts had an open house during Centerfest and the following Tuesday officially opened its doors. A month earlier,  The Villas at Oakwood broke ground on the maintenance-free, one-level living, patio home community next to Bedford Memorial Hospital.

    Bedford Lofts