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Ashland, Virginia Website
Provides information about the city of Ashland, including town government, services, economic development, and more.
Hanover County Public Schools
Public school district of Hanover County, Virginia.
Hanover County Website
Provides information about Hanover County, including economic development, services, and more.
Hanover County Economic Development
A publicly-funded entity to promote economic development, the Hanover County Economic Development’s (HCED) primary mission is to increase the county’s tax base and create new jobs for its citizens.
Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce
Supports the success of the Richmond region (including Hanover County and Ashland) by supporting businesses and developing leaders and entrepreneurs.
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Full-text newspapers from around the U.S. and the world, including the Richmond Times-Dispatch and many other local and regional newspapers in Virginia. Incorporates America's News database with addition of international sources.
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Founded to tell the story of Ashland, Virginia, and to provide a safe repository for historical artifacts that are both privately and publicly owned.
Circles provides a community-based approach to solving poverty by supporting the development of strong social capital and connections in their communities to improve their economic situation.
Downtown Ashland Association
Downtown Ashland Association is a community non-profit organization that works toward a strong and vibrant future for Ashland, Virginia.
John M. Gandy Elementary School
HCES-JGES Consolidation Update - "Henry Clay Elementary (HCES) currently serves students in pre-K through second grade, with students then attending John M. Gandy Elementary (JGES) for third through fifth grades. The two schools have a longstanding partnership and are bonded together through a “house” system that instills important character traits such as innovation, empathy, and respect in students."