Since March 2020, working from home has become the new normal for many office workers. Whether you expect to return to the office someday or are hoping to keep your remote work setup, it’s time for a habit tune-up. In this article, we’ll cover productivity and wellbeing tips for at-home workers, as well as the … Continued
Are you moving to Danville, VA or recently arrived in our charming city? Welcome! In this guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know to settle in. From neighborhoods to entertainment, healthcare, and more, we think you’ll agree with us that Danville is a great place to call home! Located in South-Central Virginia, Danville is … Continued
The coronavirus situation is leaving many people with questions regarding their finances. Fraudsters know this and are actively reaching out to people in order to prey on their anxieties. We have become aware of various scams that are circulating concerning government relief payments. Don’t let these fraudsters take advantage of you. Protect yourself and your … Continued
CARES Act The CARES Act is a $2 Trillion economic relief package to provide assistance to American consumers and businesses struggling during the coronavirus pandemic crisis. Our small business customers that qualify can apply for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to help pay for overhead expenses and working capital needs. For individuals, Economic Impact Payments … Continued
April 23, 2020 DANVILLE, VA – At the school board meeting held on April 9, 2020, the Danville School Board recognized Essel Propack, Floor Care Specialists (FCS), and American National Bank & Trust Company (AMNB) for their strong support of the division’s schools. The businesses were honored as part of the Virginia School Boards Association’s … Continued
March 9, 2020 Roanoke, VA — More than 35,000 public school students and their families from across Virginia will read the same book on the same schedule starting Friday, March 6. It’s all part of Virginia Reads One Book — a statewide family literacy program designed to strengthen the educational connection between home and school … Continued
As one of the most vulnerable demographics, there are many factors that play into the disadvantages seniors have in protecting themselves from identity theft and fraud. It is the responsibility of banks and family members to educate and assist the older population from the dangers of telephone and internet identity theft.