The Southeastern Virginia law firm is pleased to announce two additions to their team, Joseph B. Allen and Kyle A. Martin.
Don't miss this All-American cook out with live entertainment and fun family events! This Independence Day eve event will feature a roast suckling pig, barbecue, grilled meats, fresh seafood, burgers, hot dogs, sausages, corn, craft beer, sangria, cocktails and live entertainment. Children will be able to enjoy fun activities and games on the lawn.
Nearly 120 business professionals in the defense industry attended a unique briefing developed specifically for members of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce on June 19, which spelled out the likely impact the defense budget will have on the local economy.
Vinylmint is out to change the way game developers, ad agencies and music publishers connect with sound designers around the world to uncover the billions of amazing sounds that are currently not indexed or available online for commercial use.
Commonwealth Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs, John C. Harvey, Jr., briefed members of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce June 19, on efforts the Commonwealth has undertaken to support a growing veteran population in the state.
Cox Business and Inside Business held their Cox Executive Discussion Series breakfast on June 17 at the Crowne Plaza in Hampton on the topic of damage control - dont be caught with your guard down. A panel of four experts shared personal experiences and why business continuity is extremely important.
Tips for small business owners to consider for continued small business success in 2014
Three winners were selected from 28 applicants who submitted essays addressing ways to 'make the world a better place because you have lived in it.'
On May 22, twenty-five restaurants and businesses showcased their cuisine at the 5th annual Virginia Aquarium Sensible Seafood Fest sponsored by PNC Bank. Over 700 guests gathered to sample succulent dishes while learning about sustainable practices.
Hermes, the beloved loggerhead sea turtle named after the Greek god of travel, returned to the sea last Friday. His release is unique because he is sporting a high tech satellite transmitter and his movements can be followed online.