After inking a 40-year lease at City Stadium and securing Division II status from the United Soccer League, the Richmond Kickers announced a deal with WTVR to broadcast 17 games this season.
VCU lands a $3 million donation, two local booze makers are nationally recognized, and more in this month’s news briefs roundup.
Having dabbled with wine ingredients in several of its beers, the local brewery is adding wine-making to its repertoire.
The local florist’s owner said increased online sales were a deciding factor in shutting down the outpost.
Richmond’s oldest brewery is getting a facelift along West Seventh Street in Manchester.
A local Air Force veteran successfully crowdsourced on Kickstarter for his cookie startup, while one of Richmond’s established players looks to expand into Charlottesville.
A prime retail space in Carytown will become available this spring with the departure of a bankrupt national apparel brand.
A Virginia company that recently entered the Richmond market is working with a nonprofit lender to provide affordable solar energy installations to small businesses.
Founded by a VCU grad and Army veteran, the NoVa-based company has found a niche in supplying for contractors working on Virginia college and university projects.
A new startup wants to bring the taste of local breweries to your doorstep.