An electric scooter rental company that pulled out of Richmond due to the coronavirus pandemic is migrating back to the city’s streets.
A local nonprofit is about to give its 54-year-old dining hall a face-lift, which will modernize the building to facilitate current programming.
The relocation of Saint Gertrude High School is coming sooner than expected, pushed forward to this summer by the coronavirus pandemic.
As it prepares to open the Richmond area’s first medical cannabis production facility this month, its operator now has its eye on opening several dispensaries, thanks to recently signed state legislation.
Just as to-go has become the go-to for getting restaurant food, a Richmond startup has launched an app intended to make takeout easier.
A local ice cream shop, an outdoor recreation company and a coffee roaster are among the initial recipients of the city’s Richmond Small Business Disaster Loan Program, which still has about $500,000 of funds remaining to be awarded.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended the region’s beer industry, but local brewers have embraced new ways of doing business while looking forward to a return to some sense of normalcy.
Several weeks after Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden announced the layoff of 80 percent of its staff in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the nonprofit looks to rehire some of those positions – at least temporarily — using federal aid.
A fixture of the West End’s shopping scene has said goodbye to its home of more than a decade to focus on its growing online presence and a same-day delivery service.
Supervisors in Chesterfield and Goochland counties signed off on fiscal year 2021 budgets this week that were scaled back from previous proposals due to coronavirus disruptions.