A consortium of Richmond organizations is advocating for a “Shop Richmond Weekend.”
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Doctors in Virginia are thinking twice before prescribing pain killers such as morphine and vicodin.
Richmond’s congressional delegation has submitted earmark requests for more than $105 million in federal funding for projects in the metro region for fiscal 2010. The projects run the gamut from local hospitals to economic development.
Virginia’s five largest state universities have raised tuition by 5 percent to 7 percent for the coming school year. The schools have eliminated a planned 2 percent salary increase for faculty, saving $37 million.
Chipotle fans, start your countdown. The new Chipotle burrito restaurant opens June 11 at Grace and Laurel streets on the VCU campus. This will be the fast-growing chain’s seventh location in the Richmond area. It is the first tenant to open in a strip center built on the site of what was a Pizza Hut…. Read more »
Both non profit hospitals in Richmond are still very much operating in the black, but large investment losses are dragging down their financial performance, and that could clog the pipeline for new buildings and potentially increase the cost of borrowing in the future. And both say more patients are postponing certain care and having more trouble paying.
At its annual Lunch In The Garden held at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden on May 14, 2009, LINC recognized two local lawyers, one local law firm and an individual who provided exceptional volunteer support to the organization over the past year
Assura Consulting, a leader in the field of risk management, is bringing together industry leaders on June 9 to help provide tangible, useful information to get through this recession.
The leadership symposium kicks off with keynote speaker Patrick Gottschalk, Secretary of Commerce and Trade for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Richmond are spending $155 million on current projects, building dorms, stadiums and research centers. That’s been a blessing for some local construction firms.
Insurance agents in Richmond who help businesses select plans say they are hearing from every one of their clients as the recession forces business owners to find savings.