October 21, 2021

Reported by: Gregory A. Howard

From the Two Virginia’s Newsroom with your local news, I’m Gregory Howard…

The Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce and Tourism held an official ribbon-cutting celebration Wednesday to commemorate the opening of the new Farm and Fuel Service Center. The service center is adjacent to Covington Farm and Fuel location at 121 N. Alleghany Avenue in Covington.

J.W. Tingler dedicated the service center in the names of his deceased wife, Karen Tingler, and his deceased son John Tingler. “Both were still with us when we started this project, Tingler said as he fought back his emotions during the ceremony.

Alleghany Highlands Board of Directors member Jonathan Arritt praised Covington Farm and Fuel for making the investment in the Alleghany Highlands. Surrounded by members of Tingler’s staff and members of the local governments and business community,

Tingler cut the ribbon making the opening of the Farm and Fuel Service Center official. The service center will be a 7 day a week operation and will offer automotive service, small engine repair, and light metal fabrication.

From the Two Virginia’s Newsroom, I’m Gregory Howard…

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