A new marketing firm has launched to provide services to other up-and-comers.
The nonprofit is budgeting $6.5 million to overhaul a former church property into its new regional hub, dubbed the Center for Hope.
A neighborhood business association is forging ahead with a relaunch amid the coronavirus pandemic, with board members saying local businesses need the support now more than ever.
Ledbury and Shockoe Atelier are making and selling masks to VCU Health, and they plan to continue to ramp up production.
The Virginia Capital Trail has experienced a burst of popularity during the coronavirus pandemic, as people take to the trail in increased numbers in search of some outdoor activity.
As the Washington Redskins come to the end of their training camp contract in Richmond, the team and the city are doing away with a controversial provision of the deal. EDA has agreed to let the latter back away from the last of its previously agreed-upon local cash contributions.
The Richmond Economic Development Authority signed off Thursday on creation of a $1 million loan program aimed at small businesses struggling with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Left without the ability to generate revenue, the nonprofit announced the layoffs of 89 of its 107 employees in a bid to survive the pandemic.
After finding a niche in cafés and gourmet markets locally, Sara McGlothlin is expanding the reach of her snack bar startup.
What do you do when the main premise of your business model – gathering clusters of people in communal space – is antithetical to the current state of the world?