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Getting treated and educated

During his introduction of lodger speaker Dr. David Brenin, a surgical oncologist at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville and the UVa Specialty Care-Culpeper toilet, Kirk said thanks to the partnership between CRHS and UVa

When did Gen Y become Gen Y-Can't-We-Take-You-Seriously?

When did Gen Y become Gen Y-Can't-We-Take-You-Seriously? 20s or younger, the culture of life we fetishize. We want their skin, their waistline, their hair, their exuberance, their liberation. during which complex brain functions fully mature. He encourages Millennials to evaluate of their 20s as lost odyssey

Chavana Spa to announce the introduction of Elemis spa-therapies

Elemis is a expendable British spa and skincare brand favored by as many as 6.5 million spa-goers each year and close by through a network of over 1,200 spas and salons worldwide. Pompano Careen, Sarasota and Tampa/St. Pete, Florida; Chicago, Crystal

Four Counties Come Together for Business Summit

Four counties in central Virginia are teaming up to boost small businesses.

Entrepreneurs and business owners from Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Orange Counties came together Wednesday, October 5, for the first Quad County Business Summit. They learned ways to reach new customers and how to find qualified workers.

Adrienne Brown is looking to grow her three-year-old business, Shea’sational Goods, which makes hair and skin care products.

“I'm working from my home. I don’t don't have a brick and mortar building, so this is a good way to get to know people,” Brown said.

“We go to Charlottesville, we go to Albemarle County on a regular basis. Sometimes, Richmond for these larger programs,” said Orange County Economic Development Director Tommy Miller. “We just thought for the rural, small business, or entrepreneur looking to learn more about those services, let's try to host something in our communities.”

The four counties hope to make this summit an annual event.