Better Housing Coalition is seeking rezoning for 112 apartments and 28 for-sale townhomes off Dabbs House Road.
Waymakers Foundation has found a niche as a Latino-focused hunger relief organization, providing staples like beans, cornmeal and rice.
One group wants to convert the former Highland Park bank building at Six Points into a restaurant and farmers market, while the other imagines a community health resource center and pharmacy.
Boulevard United Methodist financed the acquisition with funds received through its 2018 sale of 321 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd., its home for nearly 100 years.
This year’s show, featuring bands with attorney members in a benefit for the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation, is tonight at The Hof in Scott’s Addition.
“The model this school is based on is we can teach these kids to be successful in the public schools,” said the center’s senior director.
Urban Hope facilitates homeownership in the East End, where low-income residents moved into homes built by Eagle Construction of VA.
The 5 acres the Conservation Fund purchased at 3011 and 3021 Dock St. for $4.9 million will become part of the James River Park System.
“Hot Tomato Summer” highlights menu items at local eateries that pair the hometown brand with tomatoes and a nonprofit will benefit.
The City Point Innovation Resource Center at 325 Brown St. will serve as an incubator for entrepreneurs and small business owners.