A program within Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Education is armed with a fresh pool of cash to churn out more teachers in hard-to-staff schools.
Charlotte Rene Woods
Charlotte joined BizSense as a reporter in summer 2018 after earning a masters degree in journalism from VCU and a bachelor’s from The New School in New York City. Send news tips to [email protected].
A 5-year-old restaurant and bar in the Fan has come back to life following a summertime shutdown and nearly $500,000 in renovations.
A developer from the coast has brought his first Richmond project to life, a community-oriented apartment development, two years after buying an empty lot in Shockoe Bottom.
A rebrand is in store for a downtown neighborhood market in a move that will give Stella’s owners Johnny and Katrina Giavos a third location for their grocery brand.
After flirting with a launch in Richmond, a national dating app targeting career-driven singles has gotten serious about the idea.
Two UR law graduates have launched a new online platform and app that allows people to pool their money and hire lobbyists for issues they care about.
A local family known for their pizza in Goochland is aiming to bring authentic Sicilian pizza to Manchester.
Manchester is gaining a sizable new industrial tenant, as a local construction equipment rental company moves its headquarters from Henrico to the Southside.
Andrew Bell and Alex Franck fulfill a dream by opening the Carriage House Cafe, which offers a variety of history-themed eats.
On the heels of landing a national coworking chain, a former furniture factory-turned-office building in Scott’s Addition has lured another tenant and filled its 37,000 square feet.