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Bristol Compressors closure creates instant action: Career fair just part of effort to make best use of 470 displaced workers

by Scott Robertson Bristol Compressors executives told the company’s 470 employees in Washington County, Va., on July 31 the plant there will close in 60 days. The company was required by The U.S. Department of Labor’s Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act to notify to Washington County government of its plans. Whitney Bonham Czelusniak, economic development director for the county said t ...

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Niswonger Children’s Hospital Classic, World Long Drive bring superstars, family fun

Smokey Robinson will put on a special performance at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center Sunday, Aug. 12 at 7:30 p.m. Children’s healthcare in our region will soon get a boost in the form of championship golf, a legendary singer – and a lot of family fun. The World Long Drive event kicks off at 8 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 12, with the Tennessee Big Shots men’s preliminary rounds at Cattails at Meadowview in Kin ...

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Wize Solutions aims to bring NoVa work to RoVa

Wize Solutions executive team (L-R) Mark Eschle, Dario Marquez, Wendy Marquez, Jeff Pittges. Since the tech revolution turned Northern Virginia into the eastern version of Silicon Valley, the Commonwealth has often been referred to as NoVa (Northern Virginia) and RoVa (the rest of Virginia). Now a NoVa couple is aiming to bring work from NoVa to RoVa, specifically, Abingdon. "We don't need any more people i ...

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