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Mary Baldwin University To Add Co-ed Education Programs
Richmond Times Dispatch

November 28, 2016

(STAUNTON, Va.) -- In a break from its single-sex residential tradition, Mary Baldwin University will offer new coeducational, three-year degree programs beginning next fall at its campus in Staunton. Mary Baldwin announced Monday that a newly created coeducational unit called University College will offer residential programs that will be open to men and women after their junior or senior years in high school. Men are already admitted to Mary Baldwin’s graduate and adult-degree programs but not to the residential college.

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Regional Project Capitalizes on Interest in Beer
Virginia Business Magazine

October 29, 2016

(STAUNTON, Va.) -- Shenandoah Valley residents have been brewing beer since the Scots-Irish settled in the region in the early 18th century. Three hundred years later, local brewmasters are crafting more than just beer; they’re creating experiences for tourists. The Beerwerks Trail is just one example of how the valley is capitalizing on national trends to stimulate the regional economy.

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New Hilton brand, Marriott coming to Staunton Crossing Development
Staunton News Leader

October 12, 2016

(STAUNTON, Va.) -- Construction of a Marriott Fairfield Inn and Suites first and then a Tru by Hilton hotel, a completely new brand from Hilton Worldwide, is set to begin in the spring of 2017, said Scott Goldenberg, of Staunton Crossing Partners LLC, the developer on the project. The group is also planning for multiple food options, large retail, a gas station and possibly high-end office buildings.

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Graphic Packaging International Plans $20 Million Expansion
Area Development

February 26, 2016

(STAUNTON, Va.) -- A leading provider of packaging solutions to food, beverage and other consumer products companies, Graphic Packaging International, Inc. will invest $20 million to expand its operations campus in Staunton. The wholly owned subsidiary of Graphic Packaging Holding Company will create 43 new jobs in the region. The Company is one of the largest producers of folding cartons and holds a leading market position in coated-unbleached kraft and coated-recycled board.

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Staunton Announces New FedEx Distribution Center
NBC 29

July 13, 2015

(STAUNTON, Va.) -- A new FedEx Ground Package Distribution Facility is under construction in the Green Hills Industrial Park. The facility will measure more than 200,000 square feet and will be positioned on approximately 30 acres. It is scheduled for completion in July 2016.

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