Beautification, good eating promotes gardening | News

Planting season is here, and both vegetables and florals are high on gardeners’ list for beautification and consumption. For Nasturtium Garden Club members, it’s all about aesthetics and community service. Sandy Fitzgerald, chair of the Community Beautification Committee, said working on the flower beds along Muskogee Avenue makes a big difference in people’s lives and…

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Creating a Successful Strategy for the Often Overlooked Trade in Your Restaurant

Article contributed by Mike Berman, COO, Day & Nite/All Service It’s often overlooked but plumbing plays a crucial role in the operation of a successful restaurant, serving as the backbone of the establishment’s infrastructure. Sure, your restaurant might have a clean kitchen sink and restrooms but there truly is so much more. A well-functioning plumbing system…

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LL Flooring’s sales fall in second quarter

With consumers still reluctant to launch home improvement projects, and still not familiar with its new name, and U.S. Customs still delaying shipments under the federal law aimed ending forced labor of China’s Uyghur people, Henrico County-based LL Flooring Holding had another tough quarter. The company, formerly known as Lumber Liquidators, said second-quarter sales fell…

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