Area Business News
Sentara Therapy Centers in Gloucester and Mathews recently added new staff and services.
She was drawn to the business because of the artwork that’s involved.
The substation will be a valuable addition for handling operating load and to provide for future growth of electrical service in Gloucester.
The group, called Job Board, has been operating for roughly a month and now has over 1,300 active members.
It was recognized as one of America’s Most Wired health care systems.
It is designed to help Virginia’s communities protect, restore and enhance their historic water-dependent commercial activities.
Rehabilitation will include new windows, HVAC, water heaters, appliances, roofs, siding, flooring and improvements to accessibility.
Clients either private pay or have long-term care insurance.
Kristal McKelvey Evens recently joined the staff.
Seasonal candy is stocked year round.
Items eligible for the sales tax holiday include most school and office supplies, clothing and more.
There’s a lot of variety in the center and the shops often refer potential customers to one another.