A new poultry processing plant is opening in Harrisonburg, providing about 102 full-time jobs.
Shenandoah Processing is expected to invest over $2 million in the project.
The company also plans to purchase an additional $160 million of Virginia grown poultry over the next three years to serve the growing market for organically raised and "all-natural" chicken.
The facility is expected to process approximately 20,000 birds a day in year one, to 50,000 birds a day in year three.
(Metro) Virginia is getting an overall grade of "D" in a national survey of gun laws.
The Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence and the Law Center To Prevent Gun Violence rank Virginia 21st on a list of states with the strongest gun laws.
California and Connecticut are listed as the top two, while Alaska and Arizona rank at the bottom.