MARTINSVILLE – Consultants hired by the Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce have started their attempts to help the community attract new stores and restaurants.
MARTINSVILLE– A desire to give more individualized attention to participants is prompting
MARTINSVILLE – Want to learn how to be a leader in the community?
MARTINSVILLE – After a couple of months of being full for the first time in its history, the West Piedmont Business Development Center (WPBDC) has space available again.
COLLINSVILLE-During the last three years, new and expanding industries in Henry County have had approximately $122 million
MARTINSVILLE – Need a job? Get dressed up, grab your resume and head to Martinsville Speedway next week.
MARTINSVILLE – The city’s small business incubator is full for the first time since it opened 15 years ago.
MARTINSVILLE – Despite at times cool and overcast weather, several hundred people came to uptown Martinsville Saturday for the Cinco de Mayo street festival
CHATMOSS – A local family’s philanthropic organization received an award on Thursday for its many efforts to support the community.
Kimberly Keller will return as manager of the Uptown Martinsville Farmers Market this year. That is notable, according to Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Amanda Witt, for three reasons: Not only is Keller good at the job and popular with both vendors and customers, but also the market has not had the same manager for two years in a row in at least five years.
COLLINSVILLE–In need of some linens, glassware, balloons or invitations? New business owners Rebecca and David Watson have Gotcha Covered.
MARTINSVILLE –Developing a skilled trades program at the West Piedmont Business Development Center is a worthwhile idea, those attending a public meeting Tuesday night agreed.