Support allows Noteworthy Sweets to expand
Noteworthy Sweets LLC is very thankful for the support of the community, which has allowed the business to expand.
“It’s nice to have Fairmont receive us the way that they did,” said owner Gwen Hoffmaster.
She opened the shop, located in downtown Fairmont at 91 Fairmont Ave. in the historic Crawford Building, in July of 2010.
Good news for workers: Survey shows bonuses are back
For employees hoping to receive a fatter paycheck, the recession and its aftermath were bleak times. Companies pulled back on bonuses and lavish perks. Budgets for payroll increases were slim, meaning raises were often slight and hard to come by.
More than one in every 10 vehicles on the road has been recalled since January
It's becoming the year of the recall: Automakers have recalled more than 28 million vehicles in the United States this year — more than one in 10 vehicles on the road — putting the industry on track to trample the 2004 record of 30.8 million.
White Hall Farm Service Agency provides assistance to farmers
The White Hall Farm Service Agency exists to help farmers get into business and stay in business.
The Farm Service Agency is under the U.S Department of Agriculture and has offices in each state. It offers low-interest loans to lower-income people who can’t get funding elsewhere because they have slow or questionable credit or don’t have enough funds to make a downpayment.
Fabric and Foam Sales marks 45 years
For 45 years, Fabric and Foam Sales Inc. has been focusing on its customers and meeting their needs.
In June of 1969, the late Sarah and Andy Poling established the store in White Hall at 2937 White Hall Blvd., which has remained its home ever since.
ARCEE teaching home builders how to meet energy efficiency codes
Energy efficiency encourages the competitiveness of small businesses in the state and has a direct impact on consumers.
For these reasons, the Appalachian Residential Consortium for Energy Efficiency, or ARCEE, which is under the Home Builders Association of West Virginia’s Charitable Fund, is teaching home builders in the state ways to meet the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code, or IECC, for energy efficiency.
Cosco’s Sandwich Shop serves up quality, quantity
The theme of Cosco’s Sandwich Shop is quality and quantity.
Since opening day on May 5, co-owners and first cousins Frank Cosco and Joe Cosco have been busy running their new business at 300 Merchant St. in Fairmont.
Flu’s Store offers quality products at ‘decent price’
At Flu’s Store, LLC, customers can find quality merchandise at fair prices, and business practices that are honest.
About two weeks ago, owner Alan Fluharty opened this new business, which buys, sells and trades items, on Meadowdale Road in Fairmont. Customers can get to the store by taking Exit 139 (East Fairmont/Pricketts Creek Road) and driving 2 miles up Route 73 North.
Above-ground tank owners asked to soon begin an online registration process
Now that the new West Virginia law aimed at identifying and regulating above-ground chemical storage tanks is in effect, tank owners are asked to soon begin an online registration process.
Sen. Roman Prezioso, D-Marion, explained that Senate Bill 373 was introduced because of the chemical spill into the Elk River in January that affected the water supply in nine West Virginia counties.
East Side Indoor Flea Market gets busier
The new East Side Indoor Flea Market is seeing more and more customers every week.
“Each weekend, it’s gotten better,” said Tara Tipton, who owns the business with her husband Kevin.
At the beginning of May, the couple opened their new family business in Fairmont at 316 Merchant St., which is at the bottom of the Gateway Connector by the High Level Bridge.
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