Just in time for summer, a Richmond boat-sharing club is letting its members ship out into the Chesapeake Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and even the Atlantic Ocean if they’re feeling brave.
With his court date looming, business owner Rand Burgess talks about getting arrested for his patrons and how much more local beer the market can handle.
The Flying Squirrels have proven to be much more than a rebound fling for Richmonders, and the team’s COO says the off-season is critical to keeping the spark alive.
Optima CEO Michael Dudley explains why health care is among the fastest-growing industries in Richmond.
The owners of a popular Philly-style water ice and frozen custard shop are at a crossroads.
Developers are making big bets on large-scale student apartment projects, but that type of housing comes with special legal challenges.
Richmond Trolley Company, the venture behind the old-fashioned red trolley cars you’ve probably seen cruising Richmond recently, has hosted some big-name riders.
After stints at Altria and as a legal recruiter, a 33-year-old lawyer and Richmond native found himself daydreaming about the golf course and a fishing boat. His exit strategy combines the two.
Mike Banks, owner of Uncle Mikey’s Herf House on West Broad Street, talks about the changing cigar industry, his business and his own line of cigars.
Admissions directors from two Richmond schools weigh in on the increasingly competitive college application and decision process.