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Ira Agricola Retires After 39 Years of Service to the Business Community
The Hampton Roads Chamber and the entire Hampton Roads business community wants to thank and recognize Ira Agricola for dedicating 39 years of loyal service to being "The Voice of Business in Hampton Roads." Agricola began his career with the Chamber in 1981 as the Executive Director in Portsmouth. In 1984, the five-city Chambers merged to create the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce and Agricola became the Vice President to oversee the Executive Directors for each of the five divisions.
State Legislators Should Pause and Amend Key Legislation in Upcoming Reconvened Session
As we enter another week of Virginia’s State of Emergency related to containing the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19, Virginia is facing an economic crisis in unprecedented proportions.
Regionalism Not Partisanship
Bryan K. Stephens spoke with Hampton Roads Weekly magazine.
Regionalism, Not Partisanship
Virginia is in the midst of a historic transfer in leadership in the Virginia General Assembly. Regardless of party affiliation, it’s important to remember that regionalism and collaboration among party leaders are essential for the business community of Hampton Roads and the Commonwealth. We must come together to ensure that new legislation coming out of Richmond favors the business community.
The case for GO Virginia
WHILE THE NATIONS economy is rebounding from the recent recession, the economic recovery in Virginia and Hampton Roads, in particular has been sluggish.
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