With a challenge to match a $500,000 grant, the Richmond Symphony is working toward the purchase of an 80-foot tent that would allow the group to make its music mobile.
The growing market for new senior living facilities is fueling more development in Midlothian, and a local home builder is about to start construction on a project for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
A home in Jackson Ward was falling apart when a nonprofit bought it for $17,000 earlier this year. After months of work, the 19th century house will soon be inhabitable again after years of vacancy.
A Strawberry Street movie rental shop pulled together a $35,000 online fundraising campaign to save it from closing down after 30 years. Now its owner and manager are working out a plan to make Video Fan one of the few lasting stores of its kind.
The attorneys at Williams Mullen are getting more serious about the booze business and have added a practice to help businesses navigate ABC regulations
Johnston-Willis hospital cut the ribbon last week on a new clinic that caters to injured workers, HCA’s fifth occupational health clinic in the area.
A Pennsylvania-based law firm is opening its sixth location with an office in Richmond that will be lead by a local attorney.
After resigning from her post as CEO of Health Diagnostic Laboratory last month, Tonya Mallory is moving away from medicine and stepping into a new venture.
After more than 20 years, a home builder is breaking ground on the final batch of lots in a River Road development.
Health Diagnostic Laboratory announced on Tuesday that it is cutting the size of its staff by 15 percent or 132 workers. The layoffs come as the once fast-growing firm undergoes a federal investigation.