Culpeper Business News
The new location of Move4Free Realty held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct.16 at 3 p.m. at 8551 Rixlew Lane #140 in Manassas. Representatives from the Prince William Chamber of Commerce and some of Prince William County officials were in attendance.
Dr. Chris Neibauer, founder of Neibauer Dental Care, is scheduled to be the guest speaker at a luncheon hosted by the Prince William Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 16 from 11:30 a.m.to 1:30 p.m. at the Best Western Battlefield Inn, 10820 Balls Ford Road in Manassas. The topic of the luncheon is “How Unconditional Responsibility Leads to a Life of Abundance.”
Novant Health recently opened a specialized Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine center on the campus of Prince William Medical Center at 8644 Sudley Road, Suite 115, in Manassas. Every year, millions of Americans with diabetes or circulatory problems develop non-healing wounds that limit their activity or threaten their legs and feet.
Future legislation and transportation infrastructure projects will be important for the future economic growth and prosperity of Dulles International Airport. The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments at its meeting recently addressed three major issues relative to the future of the airport.
Storage Solutions Inc. (SSI) recently opened its new headquarters at 1 Park Place in Manassas Park. SSI is a 7-year-old firm that provides a variety of information technology services to help government leaders make technology investments. SSI’s Manassas Park location is in a Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) as designated by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
After 34 years in business, Dahl Jewelers in Dale City is closing its doors. Owner and operator Duane Dahl, who has manufactured almost all of the jewelry the store sells, is closing shop for health reasons. Beginning Oct. 1, the store started reducing prices on the existing inventory by 20 percent, continuing the discount to 40 and 50 percent each following month. Dahl said he hopes to close completely by the end of January and then spend the month of February cleaning up and removing furniture before he begins the process of selling the condo on Golansky Boulevard, where the store has thrived for 24 years.
Joe’s Pizzas and Subs in Gainesville is back, hopefully back in the black soon with the Russo family recipes back on the menu. With the aromas come the memories of team parties for many longtime Gainesville and Haymarket families who can still find the little building near Suburban Propane waiting with open doors.
Meg Campbell feeds a 2-day old orphaned calf at Croftburn Farm which will be on the Culpeper Harvest Farm Tour this year. Campbell plans an educational approach focusing on the land, water and soil issues for farmers. They are partnering with Piedmont Environmental Council and Soil and Culpeper's Soil and Water Conservation District. Photo by Wally Bunker.
An arts center on Main Street may be in the works...at least there is a lot of discussion.
Owners of Unicorn Winery will consider selling portions of the nearly 20 acres located in Amissville