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Judicial Drive Trail Connection Moves Ahead in Fairfax City

Judicial Drive Trail Connection Moves Ahead in Fairfax City

As things stand now, people wishing to walk or bike between Hallman Street and Judicial Drive in Fairfax City are unable to do so without having to leave the existing trail and get back on elsewhere. That’s because approximately 500 feet of trail between these two points hasn’t been completed. Read more »


Swansboro one-way on way

Swansboro one-way on way

Pending an N.C. Department of Transportation look, traffic patterns in downtown Swansboro will change. All of Front Street and portions of four other downtown streets are proposed to be one-way traffic only. Read more »




Timmons Group Makes $250,000 Commitment to Feed More

Timmons Group Makes $250,000 Commitment to Feed More

Today Feed More announces a $250,000 commitment from Timmons Group, a Richmond-based civil engineering and technology design firm that has been behind many significant projects throughout Richmond, the mid-Atlantic, and the U.S. Timmons Group’s financial and resource-based commitment will help Feed More and its 270 agencies feed families and individuals across Central Virginia. Read more »



$2.5m to go to business park planning

$2.5m to go to business park planning

The Shannon Hill growth area and the business park that will carry the neighborhood’s name took another step toward development, as the Louisa County Board of Supervisors approved spending $2.5 million to plan water and sewer lines and acquire easements. Read more »