Those affected by the pandemic with fewer than 50 full-time employees and revenues below $5 million last year can apply for grants ranging from $10,000 to $15,000 beginning Sept. 1.
The store at 900 E. Broad St. is closing Aug. 28 after more than two decades because the city terminated its tenancy.
Nothing against Food Lion, but developer Mark Daniel would like to bring some grocery competition to the rural county.
The economic disruptions of the coronavirus pandemic burned a $26.1 million hole in GRTC’s budget for its current fiscal year.
As an update to Richmond’s master land-use plan continues, a separate but related effort to redefine a business zoning district found primarily in the city’s Southside is likewise moving forward, despite reservations from residents of a neighborhood on the opposite side of the river.
The City of Richmond’s efforts to remediate the former Fulton Gas Works site for reuse or redevelopment will mean the loss of nearly all of the site’s century-old structures, including the main building beside Williamsburg Avenue.
Chesterfield County is considering a proposal to dial down current parking space requirements to streamline and encourage higher density in areas zoned for apartment and townhouse developments.
Just in time for this fall’s elections, the city office responsible for voter registration in Richmond has secured a new home base that will bring all of its operations under one roof.
The update would add several notable properties, the largest of which includes 115 acres straddling Richmond-Henrico Turnpike between Richmond Raceway and Azalea Avenue.
Nineteen small private and for-profit colleges and universities in Virginia applied for a combined range of $22 million-$55 million from the federal Paycheck Protection Program.