The show will go on for CAT Theatre.
Charlotte Rene Woods
A Virginia-based network of court reporters now has an office space when needed here in Richmond. Hart Reporting, which offers court stenography, along with videography services and closed captioning for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, recently leased space in the Boulders office park. Its new location is at 400 Beaufont Springs Drive, Suite 300. The company… Read more »
The cycle of debate continues for a proposed Brook Road bike lane after an animated community meeting last week and as City Council is set to discuss the project on Tuesday.
Three years after it first planted seeds for the project, a local homebuilder behind the area’s first so-called “agri-community” is beginning to see the fruits of its labor.
Just as Uber gives nearly anyone with a car a chance to become a driver for a hire, a new local startup aims to give those with spare time a chance to make a buck by being a helpful neighbor.
With dozens of its culinary education carts already deployed around the country, a local company has expanded its fleet to California and sold two for the first time to customers in its home region of Richmond.
Following years of steady acquisitions, a Richmond printing company has sold off a piece of its business.
An engineering company from across The Pond has chosen Richmond for its first U.S. office.
Robin Miller and Dan Gecker have redeveloped their fair share of old buildings. But when the seasoned local- development duo decided to branch outside of Richmond to restore and convert a long-abandoned insane asylum and prison in Staunton, their idea turned into a project that’s been more than 10 years in the making. “It was… Read more »