With no reopening in sight, the 94-year-old theater at 6 North Laurel St. is getting a new coat of paint and upgrades to its HVAC system.
Harbert Growth Partners benefited from stellar timing and Blue Heron Capital anticipated the rise of telehealth.
Local operators spooked by the virus will take safety precautions but they’re ready to scare you.
The rankings of the region’s fastest-growing companies have been released and here’s a look at what’s fueled the growth of the top 5.
The interdenominational Christian retreat dating back more than 200 years in Church Hill is renovating its facility at 2209 E. Grace St. to prepare for the future.
Richmond-based Cloth & Paper, which sells day planners and the paper inserts to fill them, has grown to 36 employees, 22 of which have been hired since March.
“We’re the economic spark for future investment and development by others in this area,” said co-owner Terri Wesselman. “We’ve brought an amenity that’s long overdue here in the Northern Neck.”
Many Richmond-area private schools were flooded with applications as public schools pivoted to online instruction.
Buddy, which offers on-demand accident coverage to outdoor enthusiasts for about $9 per day, expanded this summer to provide peace of mind in 32 states.
“Racing pigeons, they say, is the sport of kings. It’s just something that gets in your blood.”