Richmond International Airport is looking to start a $10 million upgrade to give its planes some extra breathing room.
The patent office’s “approved” stamp has been busy lately as a ton of patents were granted for local inventors all over town including one for an airplane in Midlothian.
Gillian Woodward wants to crack the consignment market for wedding gowns.
A new chain of senior-focused medical clinics is opening five locations in Virginia.
Edwin Gaskin is returning to the public sector to help Hanover County direct its economic future.
The head of the JCC is leaving Richmond. Plus new hires and promotions at local advertising and investment banking firms and in real estate.
Two buildings previously owned by convicted tax schemer and former developer Justin French are on their way to becoming apartments.
Turning grease into gas has been good business for a local taxi company, and the brothers who run the firm are adding an upscale offering.
A small commercial building in the Fan, a used car lot on Jefferson Davis Highway and a $3 million set of lots in Chesterfield.
For a handful of local entrepreneurs, summer jobs were crucial to developing their sense of the workplace and far more valuable than the minimum wages they earned.