Clouds gathering over big solar farms in Va.?
In recent years, many solar farms have been approved by local governments across the state, but the outlook in some areas isn’t so sunny anymore. In Frederick County, the Board
G-Men headed for Springfield? Possibly.
After being sidelined during the Trump administration, the plan to build a new FBI headquarters in the Washington, D.C., suburbs appears to be back on track. Earlier this year, U.S.
Botetourt wind project hits resistance
Apex Clean Energy Inc. continues working toward a day when wind turbines standing atop Botetourt County’s North Mountain might generate enough energy to power up to 21,000 homes each year.
Virginians bet $236M on sports for April
State government received $1.65 million in tax revenue
Virginians bet $236 million on sports during April, the third full month for legal sports wagers in the commonwealth, according to data released Friday by the Virginia Lottery. Bettors made
Transurban hires sustainability manager
Vincent Guimont-Hebert will work to advance company's net-zero carbon goals
Transurban has hired Vincent Guimont-Hebert as sustainability manager for the Australian toll road operator and developer’s North American operations, which are headquartered in Tysons. In the newly created position, Guimont-Hebert
Slovenian manufacturer bringing $2.6M U.S. HQ to Harrisonburg
SIBO USA will produce closure solutions for tubes, containers and other packaging systems
SIBO Group, a Slovenia-based manufacturer of closure solutions for tubes, containers and other packaging systems, will invest $2.6 million to establish its U.S. corporate headquarters and a new manufacturing operation
Reston-based Qlarion acquired by Maryland contractor
GCOM Software purchases data analytics contractor
Columbia, Maryland-based government contractor GCOM Software LLC announced Wednesday it has acquired Reston-based Qlarion Inc., a data analytics and business intelligence contractor. The purchase marks GCOM’s fifth acquisition since 2018
California manufacturer opening $9.1M facility in Fluvanna
Stewart Tool Co. Inc. will create 22 jobs
Stewart Tool Co. Inc., a California-based prototype-to-production manufacturer, will invest $9.1 million to establish its first East Coast manufacturing operation in Fluvanna County, creating 22 jobs. The company plans to
Checkered Flag Auto Group acquires Newport News dealership
Purchase marks Virginia Beach-based auto retailer's entry into U.S. auto brands
Virginia Beach-based Checkered Flag Auto Group announced Tuesday that it has purchased the Pomoco Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Alfa Romeo and Fiat dealership in Newport News. The acquisition is the
M.C. Dean announces phase 2 of $25M expansion in Caroline
Tysons engineering firm to open new facility this fall
Tysons-based M.C. Dean Inc. announced Monday it has entered the second phase of its $25 million expansion, breaking ground on an 84,000-square-foot modular manufacturing and systems integration facility at its