Marion, Virginia

MARION DOWNTOWN ANNOUCES WINNERS OF ANNUAL WINDOW DECORATING CONTEST

It’s been a magical time in downtown Marion, thanks to the signature winter lights and the spectacularly decorated window fronts of our downtown businesses. This year, 14 businesses downtown competed for the title of “Best Downtown Window.” As a fun way to celebrate the holiday season, the community was encouraged to vote for their favorite window during December 1st- December 15th. In addition, a secret panel of Downtown Judges scored the windows based on creativity, holiday spirit, and overall impression. The windows were great this year-and the judging wasn’t easy! 1st Place Winner- Smyth County ...

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MARION DOWNTOWN WELCOMES ITS NEWEST BUSINESS: MARION CHIROPRACTIC CENTER

The Town of Marion is excited to welcome its newest business, Marion Chiropractic Center, which is located downtown at 123 South Chestnut Street in Suite 106. Marion Chiropractic Center is owned by Dr. Heith Miller, who has been a practicing chiropractor for 8 years. The office will specialize in chiropractic care, musculoskeletal rehabilitation and therapies, as well as weight loss. Dr. Miller grew up in Honaker, VA and attended King College, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Biology in 2006.  He then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, FL where he graduated with a doctorate degree in ...

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DOWNTOWN BARBERSHOP RELOCATES TO FURTHER EXPANSION

Downtown Barbershop has relocated to 651 North Main Street in Suite 1 at the Train Depot,  from their previous location on 340 North Main Street. Downtown Barbershop has been in business since 2015. With the business continuing to grow, and with new services being provided, relocation was essential to their continued success. Joshua Widener, owner of Downtown Barbershop, has welcomed two new barbers, Matt Mabry and Matthew Widener to join his team. Joshua Widener graduated from the College of Beauty and Barber Culture in Chesapeake, VA, where he was required to take 1,500 hours. After moving back to Marion in 2011, he has taken full ...

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