The drug is gaining traction as a way to combat some disorders like depression and is helping give rise to clinics in the Richmond area, with the latest local entrant launching last month in Henrico County.
Looking to take advantage of new laws that legalized hemp-based products nationwide, a longtime local e-cigarette company is branching further into the CBD business.
Alfa Laval, a Swedish industrial manufacturer, this summer celebrated the expansion of its facility in eastern Henrico.
The 226-unit project is a collaboration between developer Tom Wilkinson, The Cameron Foundation, the Petersburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority, and multiple investors.
After stalling foot traffic at their Chesterfield location set them off in search of a new home, the owners of a local hot dog shop have landed in Carytown.
Three vacant homes in Richmond’s Barton Heights neighborhood are set to be revitalized through a collaboration between two local nonprofits.
A longtime local development company is preparing to transition into a new incarnation to be led by one of its longtime executives – and it already has three projects on the drawing board.
Two area startups are on a roll with raising money in order to expand their services, with one closing out an $850,000 haul and another that’s just begun to go up to $750,000.
A minor league baseball all-star game hasn’t made a stop in Richmond since 1992, back in the days when The Diamond wasn’t considered aged and the city’s baseball team was the Triple-A Richmond Braves.
The operators of a sprawling residential estate-turned-event venue – colloquially referred to as the “castle in Goochland” – are branching out into Short Pump with a new event space, restaurant and bar that will replace The Wine Loft.