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.
Faith Janecke’s plea is simple, as a work-study student, she just wants to get paid for the job she’s done, but the senior says she’s been fighting to get reimbursed for the hours she worked months ago.
A new statewide program born out of the pandemic known as Virginia Ready Initiative is searching for unemployed Virginians to apply for the programs in order to be retrained for available in-demand job opportunities across the state.
Henrico County is contributing $25,000 to a local nonprofit organization to support its acquisition of historic Woodland Cemetery and will provide ongoing assistance in fundraising for grounds maintenance.
Starting this Thursday at 9 a.m., Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden will be opening back up for the first time in months since closing for COVID-19, and now they have some new safety measures in place to keep you safe.
Businesses in Petersburg are expanding beyond their existing walls and patios closing a portion of Sycamore Street and opened its new outdoor seating area with 40 picnic table in hopes to make up for the revenue lost by COVID-19.
There are likely countless stories within the walls of the former dominion headquarters and for Paula Jacobson, just about every one of them is a happy memory. Jacobson started working at the East Cary Street building one year after it was constructed in the summer of 1979.