Collective 365 recently selected the winners of a $25,000 grant, and out of the seven chosen, five were from Richmond: Slyderz Baseball, Iron Village Preparatory Academy, Black Lives Matter 804, Resume Revamp, and Girls Like Me.
As the Commonwealth starts to ease back into pre-pandemic life, many industries are being hit hard as they struggle to rehire and fill positions. The Virginia restaurant and hospitality industry is hoping to help through training and job fairs.
The pain at the pump is starting to ease a bit for the first time in days, as most Virginia gas stations are pumping out fuel again. But patience is still a must as 45% of gas pumps are still running on “E.”
The pandemic has taken an undeniable toll on businesses of all backgrounds, including staples like Saxon’s Shoes. The company has been in business since 1953 and owner, Gary Weiner, said it’s been one of the most difficult challenges they have ever faced.
In the next 2 months, the Scotts Addition area may be getting a new addition as Movieland at Boulevard Square in Richmond is looking to build a drive-in movie theater in the parking lot of its Richmond theater complex at 1301 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
RMC Events has announced the creation of 100 new full and part-time jobs. The company is actively recruiting for External Services positions to provide support at a growing number of client job sites across central Virginia.
Tuesday, Governor Ralph Northam announced temporary changes to the Commonwealth’s Unemployment Insurance (UI) program that would support Virginia workers and businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ashley Welch says the best part of her job as the owner of Lakeside at Welch Estate Wedding Venue in Powhatan is making wedding ceremonies as stress-free as possible, but this year has been anything but.