Grants include $2.4 million to develop a computer curriculum in Loudoun County and Chesapeake City Public Schools.
Nine regional projects will receive a combined $5.8 million in Growth and Opportunity for Virginia (GO Virginia) funding, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday. The grants, which were approved by the Go Virginia Board and the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, will support regional economic development and workforce development initiatives and encourage collaboration among local
New Jersey-based AeroFarms is investing $42 million in the project.
New Jersey-based AeroFarms is investing $42 million to construct a 150,000 indoor vertical farm in Cane Creek Centre, a joint industrial park for Danville and Pittsylvania County. The facility will create 92 jobs. AeroFarms employs a proprietary growing technology to produce leafy greens through aeroponics, a process in which plants are grown outside soil on
C.J. Hawn is among four employees recently promoted to leadership positions.
RyanSharkey LLP of Vienna will become part of Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP on Dec. 1.
The facility will create 25 jobs.
Steven Markel will succeed Kirshner as board chairman for the Henrico-based insurance holding company.
The university estimates the solar panels will net $1.5 million in electricity savings per year during the next 35 years.
Blackfin Real Estate Investors purchased 394-unit The Myrtles at Olde Towne.
The 203,684-square-foot warehouse is near the Port of Virginia’s Richmond Marine Terminal.
Matthew Moran will become the Roanoke law firm’s government affairs director.