VCU lands a $3 million donation, two local booze makers are nationally recognized, and more in this month’s news briefs roundup.
Our popular news briefs are back after a brief holiday hiatus with a startup competition, various nonprofit grants and an introduction to the Richmond Beer Trail.
The Richmond Heartwalk raised over $1 million, VCU forged big partnerships and more newsworthy notes from around the city.
Virginia Biosciences appoints new board members, Chesterfield County is awarded for a data project, and other newsworthy briefs from around the area.
Awards from the Virginia Bar, Stone Brewing is honored, and a record-breaking Homearama highlight August’s Newsbites.
The YWCA changes leadership, CarMax starts a basketball league, Bon Secours gets national recognition and more in Newsbites. Get the scoop as a BizPro member.
See who’s raising money in fundraisers around town, plus awards for local firms, a new coffee cart launches at a local school and more.
Nonprofits Smart Beginnings Greater Richmond, a regional school readiness initiative, recently received a $180,000 grant from the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation. The funds will benefit early learning opportunities for Richmond children. The YWCA has announced this year’s Outstanding Women Awards honorees, which include Hope Armstrong Erb of the Greater Richmond Children’s Choir; Lakshmi Challa of… Read more »
The area YMCA picks a new chair and board members, a nonprofit that helps wheelchair users play golf gets a funding boost, the VMFA lands another big corporate sponsor and a local real estate groups names the Realtor of the Year.
More than $1 million, plus food, clothing and bicycles are donated to local charities, several hospitals receive designations, and lawyers, PR professionals, sports teams and Realtors are recognized.