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Business

  • Tibbs says there will be changes coming to BMH

        For Centra President and CEO E.W. Tibbs, Centra’s upcoming purchase of Carilion’s interest in Bedford Memorial Hospital “is really a homecoming.”

        “The people there are a lot of my own family, my neighbors, my friends – people I see daily,” Tibbs said. “This is deeply personal.”

  • Forest company gets visit from Goodlatte

        Moore & Giles is an 80-year-old company that has been doing business in Bedford’s Lake Vista Center for the last 10 years.

        According to Donald Moore Giles, chairman of the company’s board of directors, the company was founded by his grandfather, Donald Moore.
        “My grandfather was the youngest of eight children,” Giles said.
        Donald Moore went to work for the Craddock Terry Shoe Company.

  • HEBRUZ opens in Bedford

        The century-old bank building — the place with four white columns across Main Street from the County Administration building — is now the home of Bedford's newest coffee shop.

        Lorenza and Leah Coles opened Hebruz in the building last week, on Oct. 14. They plan a grand opening in November.

  • Master taxidermist opens shop in Moneta

        A desire to be near his aging parents induced Marty VandeLinde to move his taxidermy business from Charlottesville to Moneta.

  • Shop, café open in Bedford

        Looking for a walk down memory lane? Retro on Depot might be just the place for you.

  • National D-Day Memorial to Remain a Private Foundation

    The National D-Day Memorial Foundation is moving forward after news that the National Park Service will not be taking over the monument.  After four years of study, research, and conversations with numerous Park Service officials, the determination has been made that the Memorial does not meet NPS criteria.

  • Shearing day comes to local alpaca farm

        Otter Peaks Alpacas invited three other alpaca farms to join in as the farm brought in a professional shearing team to shear their alpacas.

        John and Cindy Ferrante, who own Otter Peaks, have 22 alpacas.
        Alpacas are domesticated camelids that were bred in the Andes Mountains for very thick, wooly coats. Alpaca wool is warmer than sheep’s wool and is not prickly. It is also hypoallergenic because it does not contain lanolin. Alpaca wool is flame resistant.

  • Bedford Weaving drops lawsuit against Water Authority

    The lawsuit filed against the Bedford Regional Water Authority is now in the process of being dropped.  On Friday, February 21 Bedford Weaving filed a motion for a non-suit at the Bedford County Circuit Court.

  • LiteSheet Solutions LLC to locate to Bedford County

    Bedford County’s Office of Economic Development announced today that LiteSheet Solutions LLC, a privately held light-emitting diode (LED) company, will be moving its manufacturing operations immediately to Bedford County and invest up to $2 million over the next three years.

     

  • Self-published

        Self-publishing has always been a tough road for authors. There are large up-front costs.

        The author has to pay for a press run, then he has to have a place to store the copies of his work, as well as transport them to his storage area. Furthermore, he has to market his work himself.
        George Roland Wills found an easier, less financially risky way to do this.