WASHINGTON — Here’s how area members of Congress voted on major issues during the legislative week ending Dec. 13:
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A study of the Fredericksburg region’s workforce shows a growing number of residents drive out of the area for jobs—and most of them drive alone.
A shift is taking place in the way businesses are approaching employment choices. Today, proven skills are the cornerstone of hiring.
The Labor Day we observe today is a product of the industrial era, first celebrated in 1882 and finally declared a federal holiday in 1894.
A.J. Milheim earned credentials through Goodwill’s Wired for Success program and is on a pathway to a new career in the electrical industry.
Germanna’s Culpeper County credit-side enrollment is up from 569 last spring to more than 646 this spring.
Statewide elected officials and the speaker of the House of Delegates reacted to the big economic development news out of Northern Virginia on Tuesday:
By all appearances, low unemployment numbers are not a bad economic problem to have. But, nonetheless, a labor shortage is a problem facing th…