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GRTC to Launch New Microtransit Route In Hanover, VA

The Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) is gearing up to start its newest LINK service for the Ashland Zone which will provide on-demand rides to and from work, appointments, shopping and more!  A ribbon cutting ceremony will occur at Ashland Town Hall on March 18 2024 starting at 11:00 a.m. GRTC’s LINK is an on-demand microtransit service that provides point-to-point connections across… View Article

Tracking Permits with Virginia State Agencies and Hanover County, VA

The Virginia Permit Transparency (VPT) website, unveiled at the end of January 2024, was created to bring increased transparency and efficiency to the Commonwealth’s permitting processes.  VPT provides the public a centralized platform to track the daily status and timeline of critical steps for Commonwealth of Virginia’s permits. Users can search permit applications or filter results by fields such as agency, application… View Article

New Federal and Virginia State Reporting Requirements for Small Businesses

In 2024, there are several regulations that should be on small business owners’ radar including the Federal FinCEN BOI requirement and Virginia’s RetirePathVA. Registering with FinCEN – Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) Small businesses will need to register with an agency called the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) in 2024, as part of an act passed in 2021 called the Corporate Transparency Act. … View Article

Hanover Highlights – Looking Back on 2023

As anticipation builds for a successful new year, we also take time to reflect on our top stories of 2023.  Not surprisingly, the most-read stories are those that highlighted the moments that helped us innovate, prosper, and grow over the past year. We look forward to what’s to come in 2024, and we thank you, Hanover County, for generating some great stories… View Article

CEEUS, Inc. to Invest $37 million in Hanover County, VA Facility

CEEUS, Inc., a member-owned electrical distributor that serves cooperatives, municipals, and investor-owned utilities, will invest $37 million to establish a 187,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility in the Cardinal Commerce Center in Hanover County to support customers in Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. Virginia successfully competed with North Carolina and South Carolina for the project, which will create 30 new jobs. “Major distributors like… View Article

Hanover Nonprofits Bolster the Community & Local Economy

Learn how the community and local businesses can assist nonprofits serving Hanover County. Nonprofit organizations play a vital role in building healthy communities by providing critical services that contribute to the economic stability and mobility inclusive of all citizens.  While nonprofits are often most recognized for their mission-based achievements and results, their economic impact as dynamic businesses in local communities is substantial. … View Article