To merge or not to merge? That was the question.
A local nonprofit that’s all about the great outdoors is upgrading its home base.
The new owner of Richmond’s biggest blood bank is looking to put out up to $20 million in bonds to help finance its purchase.
A group that connects ex-convicts with jobs and housing is working with $70,000 in fresh funds.
The Virginia legislature is advancing measures that would give program participants teaching licenses.
A tax break on real estate for local nonprofits will soon be harder to come by.
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity is using foreclosed properties donated by Bank of America to help local veterans become homeowners.
Three downtown buildings are set to be razed Monday to make way for a local nonprofit’s $20 million expansion.
Richmond Cycling Corps expands into a 2,000-square-foot space adjacent to the organization’s existing building in Scott’s Addition.
United Methodist Family Services has worked a deal with Shenandoah County to turn a building into a private school that caters to students with autism and other special education needs.