Archive for 'Inside The Magazine'
Issue: May 2013 by Lynchburg Business.
85%: The percentage of Region 2000 citizens who commute within Region 2000. The percentage of workers living in each jurisdiction who commute to Lynchburg: Amherst County- 37% Appomattox County-28% Bedford County-25% Campbell County-47% 20: The average commute time, in minutes, for Region 2000 workers. 10%: The percentage of Region 2000 commuters who carpooled to work, [...]
Issue: May 2013 by Jack Bobbitt, Sr. Account Executive, Prototype Advertising.
Are you committed to the most abused relationship in your life? Let’s face it–you cannot keep ignoring a partner that lives with you 24/7, provides you with hours of entertainment, information and puts up with your “work & surf” habits at 2 a.m. Yes, it is time for you to take a step back and [...]
Issue: May 2013 by Centra Health.
Don’t feel well? For most people, the first line of defense is to call their primary care physician. Often the first point of contact for medical needs, primary care physicians treat symptoms and refer patients to specialists when they have chronic diseases or are at risk for a serious health event. But primary care practices [...]
Issue: May 2013 by David Cox, Bankruptcy Attorney, Cox Law Group, PLLC.
As homeowners across the country are painfully aware, the U.S. housing bubble burst beginning in 2006 as home prices plummeted for several years thereafter and even into 2013. Homeowners have watched helplessly as any equity they had built in their homes quickly diminished to the point that many homeowners now find their homes “underwater.” When [...]
Issue: May 2013 by Suzanne Ramsey.
Overlooking Lynchburg’s historic riverfront, the Lower Bluffwalk is beginning to take shape. The project—a series of staircases, walkways and green spaces in the corridor between Ninth and Washington and Commerce and Jefferson streets—was fast-tracked last year and, according to city officials, should be finished in about 18 months. In mid-April, Cheree Taylor, the city’s project [...]
Issue: May 2013 by Kip Rudge.
For many, the daily commute to work is the time—ephemeral or eternal—it takes to gird their psyche for another day on the job. Say goodbye to the family, the dog or philodendrons, climb in the car and by the time they step out in the company parking lot, these already road weary warriors are ready [...]
Issue: May 2013 by Kate Stevens.
The long-awaited arrival of spring brought with it warm weather, lush foliage and a pesky layer of yellow dust on nearly every surface in the Hill City. Allergies can be a dreaded reality of the spring season for most people, but some combat allergies to various elements year-round. Asthma and Allergy Center of Lynchburg on [...]
Issue: May 2013 by Dan Vollmer, Associate Broker, Re/Max 1st Olympic.
Are you ever amazed by the things some people don’t know? Just the other day, I talked to someone who had never heard of “Good Times.” I mean, really? J.J. Walker? Dy-no-mite? It wasn’t ringing any bells. I know, I know … there’s that adage about why we should never assume, and the clever and unflattering results [...]
Issue: May 2013 by Camille Smith.
Each year, more than 15,000 adults and more than 15,000 children are diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes (T1D), according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Their bodies cannot produce insulin, glucose (sugar) builds up in their blood stream and vital body functions shut down. In 2010, two-year-old Carrington Witt of [...]
Issue: May 2013 by Lynchburg Business.
Everything old is new again—at least if you ask flea market junkies, a group of Master Gardeners in Bedford, developers in downtown Lynchburg or the owner of a local store specializing in second-hand sports equipment. It’s no secret that retro, vintage and antique items have become en vogue once again and now the little community [...]