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Home Construction Tips

After you've identified your future home site, you can begin planning for your home construction. Choose a reputable builder – There are many options for home construction and many different...

 

New Cove Flooring Owners Honor Their Building's Past

Cordell and Cara Ebersole didn't just buy a carpet store, they bought a piece of Martinsburg history. The Ebersoles opened Cove Flooring and Design in May after purchasing the business and its...

 

CenClear Therapy Office Moves to New RS Location

CenClear, headquartered in Bigler, Pa., is excited to offer a new location to people of all ages in need of mental health therapy or drug and alcohol therapy in Blair County. CenClear first opened its doors in Roaring Spring in 2016 providing mental...

 

Smith Transport Ranked 38th Among Largest For-Hire

Smith Transport Inc. of Roaring Sprint ranks 38th according to the Transport Topics 2020 Top 100 list of the largest for-hire carriers in North America. Companies on the Top 100 For-Hire Carriers list are ranked based on overall revenue generated...

 

NFIB Releases Study of Coronavirus Impact on Small Businesses

The NFIB Research Center released the following data April 2 on the impact COVID-19 has had on small businesses: The NFIB Research Center’s latest survey on the current impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on small business shows continued...

 

Central Grad Opens New Business in M-burg

Emily McCarty, 20, and a 2017 graduate of Central High School, opened a new store in Martinsburg called Wildfire. The store's grand opening was held Oct. 14. Wildfire is located at 518 S. Market...

 

Hometown Bank Cuts Ribbon

Hometown Bank of Pennsylvania cut the ribbon on its fifth branch office on Oct. 7. The Bedford County Chamber of Commerce sponsored the ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring bank employees and Hometown...

 

'Pop-Pop Would Be So Proud'

For Sarah Beth Hall, owning a business was not in her life plan. But the 1999 Central High graduate is opening her second business in less than a year, right here in Williamsburg. Hall's...

 

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