Area Business News
She specializes in therapeutic deep tissue massage.
The environmentally friendly program is being coordinated by the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission.
Patrick Strigle wrapped up nearly 10 years as the Gazette-Journal’s Wednesday hawker last week.
The garden has been named the George Sayers Memorial Garden in memory of a former employee who was killed while riding his bike in June.
Participating merchants will open their shops as “tasting rooms” for a variety of wines.
The garden has become a more than 13,000-square-foot natural healing space for cancer patients and their families.
Special events are planned at the store from 8 a.m.-11 p.m.
The business has grown from eight employees to 42 in the past 20 years.
The business has more than 600 self-storage units.
The Point Thrift Store opened for business May 7.
Several other stores have been run there in the past.
The center provides a climate-controlled place where children could enjoy activities in all types of weather.